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FRIDAY 5/24

GSA is meeting today at lunch in room 208. Join us for an end of year celebration. All are welcome.

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Students all fines must be paid in order for you to receive your yearbooks. On yearbook day you will need your ID card to get your yearbook. Please make sure you have your ID card with you at all times as well as on that day.

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Bonjour CHS! Do you want to be involved? Do you like food? Do you like French? Do you want to enhance your French speaking skills? If you said yes to any of these questions, then the CHS French club is the place for you! Come to room 112 during lunch today to get information next year’s French club! We will have food and treats for those interested. Even if you’re not sure about joining, come anyway! It’s an experience worth trying! If you have any further questions find one of our committee members or come to room 112 and ask away! We promise you won’t regret it! (May 24)

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Students taking AP US History next year with Ms. DiGrazia please come to room 214 to pick up your summer assignment. Students are welcome to come do so anytime, except class time. (May 29)

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If you are interested in taking AP studio art next school year, please get your summer assignments from Mrs. Wells ASAP. Summer work is required and collected as a grade. Get the assignments in room 240 and let Mrs. Wells know you are interested in taking AP studio art. (May 24)

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Just a reminder that ID badges will be turned in on the last day of school or a $5 fine will be charged to your account (May 31)

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Students taking AP Biology next year need to pick up their Summer Assignment in room 201 anytime other than class time. (May 24)

 

 

THURSDAY 5/23

Students all fines must be paid in order for you to receive your yearbooks. On yearbook day you will need your ID card to get your yearbook. Please make sure you have your ID card with you at all times as well as on that day.

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Bonjour CHS! Do you want to be involved? Do you like food? Do you like French? Do you want to enhance your French speaking skills? If you said yes to any of these questions, then the CHS French club is the place for you! Come to room 112 during lunch tomorrow to get information next year’s French club! We will have food and treats for those interested. Even if you’re not sure about joining, come anyway! It’s an experience worth trying! If you have any further questions find one of our committee members or come to room 112 and ask away! We promise you won’t regret it! (May 24)

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Students taking AP US History next year with Ms. DiGrazia please come to room 214 to pick up your summer assignment. Students are welcome to come do so anytime, except class time. (May 29)

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If you are interested in taking AP studio art next school year, please get your summer assignments from Mrs. Wells ASAP. Summer work is required and collected as a grade. Get the assignments in room 240 and let Mrs. Wells know you are interested in taking AP studio art. (May 24)

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Just a reminder that ID badges will be turned in on the last day of school or a $5 fine will be charged to your account (May 31)

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Track athletes, make sure to get uniforms returned to Coach Segraves ASAP in room 131. This can be done before school or at lunch. Also, stop by to find out information about the end of season banquet. It will be tomorrow night at 6:30 in the social center. (May 23)

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If you are Hispanic, please see Townsley for a chance to attend the Hispanic Youth Symposium. A great program that has scholarship potential.

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Students the portal to use Fast Forward Funds for concurrent credit and overload classes will close May 31st. Come to Career Center if you need help. (May 23)

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Students taking AP Biology next year need to pick up their Summer Assignment in room 201 anytime other than class time. (May 24)

 

WEDNESDAY 5/22

Just a reminder that ID badges will be turned in on the last day of school or a $5 fine will be charged to your account (May 31)

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Track athletes, make sure to get uniforms returned to Coach Segraves ASAP in room 131. This can be done before school or at lunch. Also, stop by to find out information about the end of season banquet. It will be tomorrow night at 6:30 in the social center. (May 23)

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There is an NHS member meeting TODAY at lunch in the Little Theater. Bring your lunch and don't be late! If you can't make the meeting, check in with Ms. Shupe ASAP!

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There is a meeting today at lunchtime for all freshman, sophomore & junior boys interested in playing soccer at Centennial this next school year in the physical center. (May 22)

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If you are Hispanic please see Townsley for a chance to attend the Hispanic Youth Symposium. A great program that has scholarship potential.

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Students the portal to use Fast Forward Funds for concurrent credit and overload classes will close May 31st. Come to Career Center if you need help. (May 23)

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Students taking AP Biology next year need to pick up their Summer Assignment in room 201 anytime other than class time. (May 24

 

 

TUESDAY 5/21

Congratulations to Justice mermerian for winning the patriot pride award! Key Club proudly gave her this award for her service in the school through community involvement, her determination, and hard work! Congratulations again to our graduating senior, Justice Mermerian!

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There is a meeting tomorrow at lunchtime for all freshman, sophomore & junior boys interested in playing soccer at Centennial this next school year in the physical center. (May 22)

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Students the portal to use Fast Forward Funds for concurrent credit and overload classes will close May 31st. Come to Career Center if you need help. (May 23)

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There will be an NHS member meeting tomorrow at lunch in the Little Theater. New Inductees - that includes you! If you can't make the meeting, please let Ms. Shupe know ASAP. This is our last meeting of the year! Don't miss it! (May 21)

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Students taking AP Biology next year need to pick up their Summer Assignment in room 201 anytime other than class time. (May 24)

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Centennial High School’s physical exam night is tonight. Freshmen (current 8th graders) and Juniors (current sophomores) for next school year, 2019-2020, need updated athletic physical exams. For $20, you receive a comprehensive physical exam so athletic paperwork is up-to-date. (May 21)

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Former AP Biology Srs.: Your graduation gift awaits in room 201, Mr, Elson's room-Limited supply so natural selection is in action. Pick up anytime other than class time & Best of luck! (May 21)

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Please go to the home page for today’s KCTV.

 

MONDAY 5/20

There will be an NHS member meeting Wednesday at lunch in the Little Theater. New Inductees - that includes you! If you can't make the meeting, please let Ms. Shupe know ASAP. This is our last meeting of the year! Don't miss it! (May 21)

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It was a great weekend for Centennial tennis at the state championships. Kayla Carson and Isadora Andrade finished 3rd in girls doubles. John Sheih and Drake Bolander finished 12th in boys doubles, Tyler Dalos took 2nd, and Ryan Olson took 3rd in Boys singles. Centennial took 5th in girls tennis, and 2nd in boys tennis. Please congratulate the players if you see them.

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Students taking AP Biology next year need to pick up their Summer Assignment in room 201 anytime other than class time.

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Football spring practices begin today in the football stadium at 3:00 for all incoming 9-12 graders. You will need T-shirt, shorts, football cleats and tennis shoes. Let’s get things started with a great turnout. (May 20)

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Centennial High School’s physical exam night is tomorrow. Freshmen (current 8th graders) and Juniors (current sophomores) for next school year, 2019-2020, need updated athletic physical exams. For $20, you receive a comprehensive physical exam so athletic paperwork is up-to-date. (May 21)

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Former AP Biology Srs.: Your graduation gift awaits in room 201, Mr, Elson's room-Limited supply so natural selection is in action. Pick up anytime other than class time & Best of luck! (May 21

 

FRIDAY 5/17

Shout out to the girl’s lacrosse team for having an overall GPA of a 3.82! Thank you for being true student-athletes!

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Football spring practices begin Monday in the football stadium at 3:00 for all incoming 9-12 graders. You will need T-shirt, shorts, football cleats and tennis shoes. Let’s get things started with a great turnout. (May 20)

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The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in room 208. Anyone is welcome!

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Attention students - Come join the cross country team. See Mr. Mabey in room 233. There will be a lunch meeting on May 29 in room 104. (May 17)

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Students May 25th will be the last day to purchase a year book. All fines must be paid by the 25th in order for you to receive your yearbook. A current yearbook list will be posted this week for you to check to see if you purchased one. Next to bookkeeper’s window. (May 17)

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Centennial High School’s physical exam night is Tuesday. Freshmen (current 8th graders) and Juniors (current sophomores) for next school year, 2019-2020, need updated athletic physical exams. For $20, you receive a comprehensive physical exam so athletic paperwork is up-to-date. (May 21)

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Dutch Bros. is coming today! Get your hot or cold drink during lunch and support the Mountain Bike Team. (May 17)

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Former AP Biology Srs.: Your graduation gift awaits in room 201, Mr, Elson's room-Limited supply so natural selection is in action. Pick up anytime other than class time & Best of luck! (May 21)

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June 17-21, 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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THURSDAY 5/16

Football spring practices begin next Monday, May 20th, in the football stadium at 3:00 for all incoming 9-12 graders. You will need T-shirt, shorts, football cleats and tennis shoes. Let’s get things started with a great turnout. (May 20)

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Attention students - Come join the cross country team. See Mr. Mabey in room 233. There will be a lunch meeting on May 29 in room 104. (May 17)

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Congratulations to Girls golfer grace simanton on placing in the top 20 at the state tournament this week. Also congratulations to the Boys Golf Team on winning the State Academic Championship!! (May 16)

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Students May 25th will be the last day to purchase a year book. All fines must be paid by the 25th in order for you to receive your yearbook. A current yearbook list will be posted this week for you to check to see if you purchased one. Next to bookkeeper’s window. (May 17)

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Centennial High School’s physical exam night is next Tuesday. Freshmen (current 8th graders) and Juniors (current sophomores) for next school year, 2019-2020, need updated athletic physical exams. For $20, you receive a comprehensive physical exam so athletic paperwork is up-to-date. (May 21)

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Dutch Bros. is coming this Friday! Get your hot or cold drink during lunch and support the Mountain Bike Team. (May 17)

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German club’s last meeting this year is today at lunch to honor those who lettered this year. If you take German this year, please join us today at lunch in room 205. (May 16)

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Former AP Biology Srs.: Your graduation gift awaits in room 201, Mr, Elson's room-Limited supply so natural selection is in action. Pick up anytime other than class time & Best of luck! (May 21)

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June 17-21, 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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AP Microeconomics Friday @ 7:40 at the LDS church. AP Computer Science Friday @ 11:40 at the LDS church

 

WEDNESDAY 5/15

Congratulations to Girls golfer grace simanton on placing in the top 20 at the state tournament this week. Also congratulations to the Boys Golf Team on winning the State Academic Championship!! (May 16)

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There is an NHS meeting today at lunch in the little theater for SENIORS ONLY. We will be going over information related to graduation. Don't miss it!

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Come see Image Factory's final showcase of the year, Song Scenes. These are original scenes inspired by some of our favorite songs old and new. Tonight at 7pm in the Little Theater. Admission is free!

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Students May 25th will be the last day to purchase a year book. All fines must be paid by the 25th in order for you to receive your yearbook. A current yearbook list will be posted this week for you to check to see if you purchased one. Next to bookkeeper’s window. (May 17)

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Centennial High School’s physical exam night is next Tuesday. Freshmen (current 8th graders) and Juniors (current sophomores) for next school year, 2019-2020, need updated athletic physical exams. For $20, you receive a comprehensive physical exam so athletic paperwork is up-to-date. (May 21)

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Dutch Bros. is coming this Friday! Get your hot or cold drink during lunch and support the Mountain Bike Team. (May 17)

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ASL Club will have our last meeting today at 11:00 in room 106. Awards will be distributed and food for all. Come join the fun. (update daily)

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German club’s last meeting this year will be tomorrow at lunch to honor those who lettered this year. If you take German this year, please join us Thursday at lunch in room 205. (May 16)

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Former AP Biology Srs.: Your graduation gift awaits in room 201, Mr, Elson's room-Limited supply so natural selection is in action. Pick up anytime other than class time & Best of luck! (May 21)

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June 17-21, 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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AP Stats Thursday @ 11:40 at the LDS church (Announce Wednesday

 

 

TUESDAY 5/14

Please join the orchestra tonight for their final concert of the year. They will be playing music from the TV series Legend of Korra and Stranger Things, along with Super Mario and more! This is the night to celebrate and support your orchestra seniors and listen to some fun music. Join them tonight, May 14th, at 7pm in the CPAC. Entry is free. See you there!

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Students May 25th will be the last day to purchase a year book. All fines must be paid by the 25th in order for you to receive your yearbook. A current yearbook list will be posted this week for you to check to see if you purchased one. Next to bookkeeper’s window. (May 17)

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Centennial High School’s physical exam night is next Tuesday. Freshmen (current 8th graders) and Juniors (current sophomores) for next school year, 2019-2020, need updated athletic physical exams. For $20, you receive a comprehensive physical exam so athletic paperwork is up-to-date. (May 21)

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Dutch Bros. is coming this Friday! Get your hot or cold drink during lunch and support the Mountain Bike Team. (May 17)

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ASL Club will have our last meeting tomorrow at 11:00 in room 106. Awards will be distributed and food for all. Come join the fun. (update daily)

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German club’s last meeting this year will be Thursday at lunch to honor those who lettered this year. If you take German this year, please join us Thursday at lunch in room 205. (May 16)

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Former AP Biology Srs.: Your graduation gift awaits in room 201, Mr, Elson's room-Limited supply so natural selection is in action. Pick up anytime other than class time & Best of luck! (May 21)

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Are you interested in riding in the foothills? The CHS Mountain Bike Team will be holding an informational meeting tonight at 7:00 in Mr. Tiderman's room 109. This team is for men and women, beginners to pros. Come learn about the team and registration. The season is July-October with signups starting now. See Mr. Tiderman for any questions. (May 14)

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June 17-21, 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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AP English Language Wednesday at 7:40 at the LDS church. AP Macroeconomics Wednesday at 11:40 at the LDS church. (Announce Tuesday)

 

MONDAY 5/13

Come see Musical Theatre's Senior Showcase TONIGHT. Come celebrate the hard work and talent of the 22 seniors graduating from the program this year. Little Theatre, 7:00 PM, and FREE.

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ASL Club will have our last meeting Wednesday, May 15th @ 11:00 in room 106. Awards will be distributed and food for all. Come join the fun. (update daily)

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Former AP Biology Srs.: Your graduation gift awaits in room 201, Mr, Elson's room-Limited supply so natural selection is in action. Pick up anytime other than class time & Best of luck! (May 21)

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Are you interested in riding in the foothills? The CHS Mountain Bike Team will be holding an informational meeting tomorrow at 7pm in Mr. Tiderman's room 109. This team is for men and women, beginners to pros. Come learn about the team and registration. The season is July-October with signups starting now. See Mr. Tiderman for any questions. (May 14)

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June 17-21, 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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FRIDAY 5/10

Former AP Biology Srs.: Your graduation gift awaits in room 201, Mr, Elson's room-Limited supply so natural selection is in action. (May 21)

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Pick up anytime other than class time & Best of luck!Are you interested in riding in the foothills? The CHS Mountain Bike Team will be holding an informational meeting Tuesday, May 14 at 7pm in Mr. Tiderman's room 109. This team is for men and women, beginners to pros. Come learn about the team and registration. The season is July-October with signups starting now. See Mr. Tiderman for any questions. (May 14)

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The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in room 208. Anyone is welcome!

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Ladies, do you want to be a champion? Come join the Centennial girls rugby program. The 2018 west Ada Champions need you to continue their campaign to a second championship. There will be a meeting at lunch in the little theater today. Remember, champions are made at CHS. (May 10)

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The EL Leadership Program is holding a Diversity Dance Night tonight from 7-10 PM. They are inviting all teachers, staff, and students to come to celebrate diversity and culture at Centennial High School. Tickets are $3.00 for single, and $5.00 for a date. We will be selling tickets at lunch today at lunch, and at the door tonight. EL Leadership Program will also be selling food from all around the world. (May 10)

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Come this see the new Centennial Improv group’s very first performance tomorrow at 7pm in the Little Theater! The entire show will be performed by our group with absolutely no script, and the subject of each scene will all be up to you, the audience and your creative suggestions! We guarantee you will laugh out loud all throughout the evening. Admission is absolutely free. We hope to see you there! (May 10)

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Seniors!! Grad Night Party tickets will be sold today during lunch in front of the office. Tickets are $67 and include t-shirt. Buy tickets early for best price. (May 10)

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June 17-21, 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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Biology on Monday May 13th @ LDS church be there at 7:40 AM

 

THURSDAY 5/9

Congrats to coach McFarland and our awesome girls softball team who beat Meridian last night to qualify for the state championship tournament next week! Great job team!

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Congratulations to Natalie Vennell, Grace Haws, and Claire Shelton for lettering in FFA for the 2nd year in a row, and to Lily Nicholes and Nathan Marsh for lettering in FFA their first year. Keep up the great involvement, guys!

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Are you interested in riding in the foothills? The CHS Mountain Bike Team will be holding an informational meeting Tuesday, May 14 at 7pm in Mr. Tiderman's room 109. This team is for men and women, beginners to pros. Come learn about the team and registration. The season is July-October with signups starting now. See Mr. Tiderman for any questions. (May 14)

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Ladies, do you want to be a champion? Come join the Centennial girls rugby program. The 2018 west Ada Champions need you to continue their campaign to a second championship. There will be a meeting at lunch in the little theater Friday. Remember, champions are made at CHS. (May 10)

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The EL Leadership Program is holding a Diversity Dance Night tomorrow night from 7-10 PM. They are inviting all teachers, staff, and students to come to celebrate diversity and culture at Centennial High School. Tickets are $3.00 for single, and $5.00 for a date. We will be selling tickets at lunch today at lunch, and at the door tomorrow night. EL Leadership Program will also be selling food from all around the world. (May 10)

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Come this see the new Centennial Improv group’s very first performance this Saturday at 7pm in the Little Theater! The entire show will be performed by our group with absolutely no script, and the subject of each scene will all be up to you, the audience and your creative suggestions! We guarantee you will laugh out loud all throughout the evening. Admission is absolutely free. We hope to see you there! (May 10)

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Seniors!! Grad Night Party tickets will be sold tomorrow during lunch in front of the office. Tickets are $67 and include t-shirt. Buy tickets early for best price. (May 10)

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June 17-21, 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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AP United States History on Friday @ CPAC arrive at 7:35. AP Computer Science Principles on Friday at LDS Church @ 11:40. AP Physics 2 on Friday at the LDS church @ 11:40

 

 

WEDNESDAY 5/8

Congratulations to Grace Haws and Claire Shelton, who were awarded the Outstanding Second Year FFA Member Award, and to Gabe Bennett, who was awarded the Star Greenhand Award, Monday night at the FFA banquet.

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Centennial will be hosting the district track meet on Thursday and Friday. This is a rare opportunity to see such a great athletic event. The meet begins at 4:30 on Thursday and Friday. Come out and watch.

JV track athletes don’t forget to turn in your uniform today or Friday at lunch to coach Segraves.

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Power Puff Volleyball game is tonight starting at 6:30. Please come out and watch your junior and seniors boys compete. The cost is $3 for students with their ID's, $5 for adults and $2 for children and seniors.

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Ladies, do you want to be a champion? Come join the Centennial girls rugby program. The 2018 west Ada Champions need you to continue their campaign to a second championship. There will be a meeting at lunch in the little theater Friday. Remember, champions are made at CHS. (May 10)

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The EL Leadership Program is holding a Diversity Dance Night on this Friday from 7-10 PM. They are inviting all teachers, staff, and students to come to celebrate diversity and culture at Centennial High School. Tickets are $3.00 for single, and $5.00 for a date. We will be selling tickets at lunch from May 6th- May 9th at lunch, and at the door on the night of the Dance. EL Leadership Program will also be selling food from all around the world. (May 10th)

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Come this see the new Centennial Improv group’s very first performance this Saturday at 7pm in the Little Theater! The entire show will be performed by our group with absolutely no script, and the subject of each scene will all be up to you, the audience and your creative suggestions! We guarantee you will laugh out loud all throughout the evening. Admission is absolutely free. We hope to see you there! (May 10)

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Seniors!! Grad Night Party tickets will be sold Tuesday and Friday during lunch in front of the office. Tickets are $67 and include t-shirt. Buy tickets early for best price. (May 10)

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June 17-21, 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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AP Chemistry this Thursday at the LDS church @7:40 AM.

 

 

TUESDAY 5/7

Ladies, do you want to be a champion? Come join the Centennial girls rugby program. The 2018 west Ada Champions need you to continue their campaign to a second championship. There will be a meeting at lunch in the little theater Friday May 10th. Remember, champions are made at CHS. (May 10)

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The EL Leadership Program is holding a Diversity Dance Night on this Saturday from 7-10 PM. They are inviting all teachers, staff, and students to come to celebrate diversity and culture at Centennial High School. Tickets are $3.00 for single, and $5.00 for a date. We will be selling tickets at lunch from May 6th- May 9th at lunch, and at the door on the night of the Dance Night (May 10th). EL Leadership Program will also be selling food from all around the world.

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Come this see the new Centennial Improv group’s very first performance this Saturday at 7pm in the Little Theater! The entire show will be performed by our group with absolutely no script, and the subject of each scene will all be up to you, the audience and your creative suggestions! We guarantee you will laugh out loud all throughout the evening. Admission is absolutely free. We hope to see you there! (May 10)

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Centennial High School will be hosting two Saturday school opportunities in the coming weeks on May 11th and May 18th from 8:30 to noon. This is for seniors who are either failing a course required for graduation or have a non-credit that needs to be reinstated for graduation eligibility. Please take advantage of this opportunity to improve your grades and/or earn back necessary credits. (May 7)

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Seniors!! Grad Night Party tickets will be sold Tuesday and Friday during lunch in front of the office. Tickets are $67 and include t-shirt. Buy tickets early for best price. (May 10)

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June 17-21, 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

 

MONDAY 5/6

This weekend, Centennial music students competed at the Idaho State Solo and Ensemble Contest held in Pocatello. All 13 CHS performances represented Centennial incredibly well! Our Percussion Ensemble won third, Woodwind Quintet won 2nd, and our Brass Quintet and Flute Quartet both won 1st in their divisions! In addition to the ensembles, Sarah Bray won 3rd in Alto Sax, Sam Quatrone won 2nd in Euphonium, and Ethan Hiner-Stolhand won 1st in Horn. Give these Patriot Musicians a huge congratulations when you see them!

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The EL Leadership Program is holding a Diversity Dance Night on this Saturday from 7-10 PM. They are inviting all teachers, staff, and students to come to celebrate diversity and culture at Centennial High School. Tickets are $3.00 for single, and $5.00 for a date. We will be selling tickets at lunch from May 6th- May 9th at lunch, and at the door on the night of the Dance Night (May 10th). EL Leadership Program will also be selling food from all around the world.

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Tomorrow is AP Physics Exam be at the LDS church at 11:40. (May 6)

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Power Puff Volleyball game will be held this Wednesday starting at 6:30. Please come out and watch your junior and seniors boys compete. The cost is $3 for students with their ID's, $5 for adults and $2 for children and seniors. (May 6)

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Come this see the new Centennial Improv group’s very first performance this Friday at 7pm in the Little Theater! The entire show will be performed by our group with absolutely no script, and the subject of each scene will all be up to you, the audience and your creative suggestions! We guarantee you will laugh out loud all throughout the evening. Admission is absolutely free. We hope to see you there! (May 10)

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Centennial High School will be hosting two Saturday school opportunities in the coming weeks on May 11th and May 18th from 8:30 to noon. This is for seniors who are either failing a course required for graduation or have a non-credit that needs to be reinstated for graduation eligibility. Please take advantage of this opportunity to improve your grades and/or earn back necessary credits. (May 7)

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Seniors!! Grad Night Party tickets will be sold Tuesday and Friday during lunch in front of the office. Tickets are $67 and include t-shirt. Buy tickets early for best price. (May 10)

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June 17-21, 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

 

FRIDAY 5/3

Monday May 6th is our first AP exam. AP Gov students be at the LDS church at 7:40 AM. (May 3)

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Tuesday May 7th is AP Physics Exam be at the LDS church at 11:40. (May 6)

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YMCA Youth Gov. meeting today at lunch in CC.

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The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in room 208. Anyone is welcome!

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Centennial High School will be hosting two Saturday school opportunities in the coming weeks on May 11th and May 18th from 8:30 to noon. This is for seniors who are either failing a course required for graduation or have a non-credit that needs to be reinstated for graduation eligibility. Please take advantage of this opportunity to improve your grades and/or earn back necessary credits. (May 7)

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Students, with CHS high school physical exams approximately 3 weeks away, May 21st, we are in some need of volunteer doctors and physical therapists. Students, if you have a mom, dad, aunt, uncle, friend, etc. that is a doctor, physician's assistant, or a physical therapist, would you let Mr. Taylor know if they might be willing to donate some time for our physicals on Tuesday evening, May 21st? It would be greatly appreciated if you could let Mr. Taylor know as soon as you can in room 111. (May 3)

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There will be 2 sessions of Drivers Education for the summer of 2019. Session 1 will be June 3rd through June 28th with classes held at Mt View High School and Centennial High School. Session 2 will be July 8th through August 2nd, with classes held at Centennial High School. Registration deadlines are May 3rd for the 1st session and May 24th for the 2nd session. Registration is online on the West Ada School District’s web page under the Parent/Student Tab. For more information please refer to the district’s web site. If you have any questions, you may call 340-0164 or email driversed@westada.org (May 3)

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June 17-21, 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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[hold for each Friday] The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in room 208. Anyone is welcome!

 

THURSDAY 5/2

Monday May 6th is our first AP exam. AP Gov students be at the LDS church at 7:40 AM. (May 3)

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Centennial High School will be hosting two Saturday school opportunities in the coming weeks on May 11th and May 18th from 8:30 to noon. This is for seniors who are either failing a course required for graduation or have a non-credit that needs to be reinstated for graduation eligibility. Please take advantage of this opportunity to improve your grades and/or earn back necessary credits. (May 7)

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Calling all CHS Girl Soccer Players!!! Girls Soccer Meeting will be today at 2:50pm in the Health and Wellness room to go over summer trainings, summer camp and try outs. Be there!!! (May 2)

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Students, with CHS high school physical exams approximately 3 weeks away, May 21st, we are in some need of volunteer doctors and physical therapists. Students, if you have a mom, dad, aunt, uncle, friend, etc. that is a doctor, physician's assistant, or a physical therapist, would you let Mr. Taylor know if they might be willing to donate some time for our physicals on Tuesday evening, May 21st? It would be greatly appreciated if you could let Mr. Taylor know as soon as you can in room 111. (May 3)

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Seniors! Grad Night Party tickets will be sold today during lunch. Tickets are $67, get your tickets early for best price!

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There will be 2 sessions of Drivers Education for the summer of 2019. Session 1 will be June 3rd through June 28th with classes held at Mt View High School and Centennial High School. Session 2 will be July 8th through August 2nd, with classes held at Centennial High School. Registration deadlines are May 3rd for the 1st session and May 24th for the 2nd session. Registration is online on the West Ada School District’s web page under the Parent/Student Tab. For more information please refer to the district’s web site. If you have any questions, you may call 340-0164 or email driversed@westada.org (May 3)

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June 17-21, 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

 

WEDNESDAY 5/1  

FCCLA Officer Elections TODAY at lunch, room 102

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There will be a mandatory ASL Club meeting today in room 106. We will discuss certificates, pins and end of year party.

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Calling all CHS Girl Soccer Players!!! Girls Soccer Meeting will be this Thursday, May 2, 2019 at 2:50pm in the Health and Wellness room to go over summer trainings, summer camp and try outs. Be there!!! (May 2)

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Students, with CHS high school physical exams approximately 3 weeks away, May 21st, we are in some need of volunteer doctors and physical therapists. Students, if you have a mom, dad, aunt, uncle, friend, etc. that is a doctor, physician's assistant, or a physical therapist, would you let Mr. Taylor know if they might be willing to donate some time for our physicals on Tuesday evening, May 21st? It would be greatly appreciated if you could let Mr. Taylor know as soon as you can in room 111. (May 3)

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Seniors! Grad Night Party tickets will be sold tomorrow during lunch. Tickets are $67, get your tickets early for best price!

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There will be 2 sessions of Drivers Education for the summer of 2019. Session 1 will be June 3rd through June 28th with classes held at Mt View High School and Centennial High School. Session 2 will be July 8th through August 2nd, with classes held at Centennial High School. Registration deadlines are May 3rd for the 1st session and May 24th for the 2nd session. Registration is online on the West Ada School District’s web page under the Parent/Student Tab. For more information please refer to the district’s web site. If you have any questions, you may call 340-0164 or email driversed@westada.org (May 3)

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June 17-21, 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

 

TUESDAY 4/30

Come out and watch our girls lacrosse take on Mountain View tonight at 7:00. Senior night tonight! ++++

Latino and Hispanic juniors here is a great opportunity for you. Hispanic Youth Symposium - this is a two day conference with workshops and resources. See Townsley for more info.

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Students, with CHS high school physical exams approximately 3 weeks away, May 21st, we are in some need of volunteer doctors and physical therapists. Students, if you have a mom, dad, aunt, uncle, friend, etc. that is a doctor, physician's assistant, or a physical therapist, would you let Mr. Taylor know if they might be willing to donate some time for our physicals on Tuesday evening, May 21st? It would be greatly appreciated if you could let Mr. Taylor know as soon as you can in room 111. (May 3)

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Seniors! Grad Night Party tickets will be sold today and Friday during lunch. Tickets are $67, get your tickets early for best price!

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FCCLA meeting at lunch tomorrow - we will have the elections of Chapter Officers for next year. If interested come see Mrs. Bergland for an application. (April 30)

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Are you interested in joining an award-winning and unique fall activity? Would you like to perform alongside 100 other people in front of huge, cheering crowds? Consider joining the CHS Colorguard! This team performs with the marching band at halftime shows and competitions throughout the fall. Please attend our workshops at the Centennial Band Room today from 3:30-5:00. Make sure to wear comfortable workout clothes. There is no experience necessary to join guard! Please see Mrs. Brings in the band room for any questions you might have! (April 30)

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There will be 2 sessions of Drivers Education for the summer of 2019. Session 1 will be June 3rd through June 28th with classes held at Mt View High School and Centennial High School. Session 2 will be July 8th through August 2nd, with classes held at Centennial High School. Registration deadlines are May 3rd for the 1st session and May 24th for the 2nd session. Registration is online on the West Ada School District’s web page under the Parent/Student Tab. For more information please refer to the district’s web site. If you have any questions, you may call 340-0164 or email driversed@westada.org (May 3)

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June 17-21, 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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EL Leadership will also be having a school dance - end of the year party on May 10th, celebrating diversity and the culture at CHS. It will be from 7-10. Tickets will be 3.00 or a date for 5.00.

 

 

MONDAY 4/29

Congratulations to Claire Shelton, who was elected the new FFA Secretary and to Gabe Bennett, who was elected the new Centennial FFA Representative last week! Good luck in your upcoming FFA officer year, Claire & Gabe!

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Students, with CHS high school physical exams approximately 3 weeks away, May 21st, we are in some need of volunteer doctors and physical therapists. Students, if you have a mom, dad, aunt, uncle, friend, etc. that is a doctor, physician's assistant, or a physical therapist, would you let Mr. Taylor know if they might be willing to donate some time for our physicals on Tuesday evening, May 21st? It would be greatly appreciated if you could let Mr. Taylor know as soon as you can in room 111. (May 3)

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The Fast Forward Portal for summer school and IDLA classes opens May 6th and will close May 31st. It is up to you to REQUEST FUNDING. Mrs. Townsley is happy to help you.

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Seniors! Grad Night Party tickets will be sold tomorrow and Friday during lunch. Tickets are $67, get your tickets early for best price!

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FCCLA meeting at lunch on Wednesday, May 1 - we will have the elections of Chapter Officers for next year. If interested come see Mrs. Bergland for an application. (April 30)

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Are you interested in joining an award-winning and unique fall activity? Would you like to perform alongside 100 other people in front of huge, cheering crowds? Consider joining the CHS Colorguard! This team performs with the marching band at halftime shows and competitions throughout the fall. Please attend our workshops at the Centennial Band Room tomorrow from 3:30-5:00. Make sure to wear comfortable workout clothes. There is no experience necessary to join guard! Please see Mrs. Brings in the band room for any questions you might have! (April 30)

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There will be 2 sessions of Drivers Education for the summer of 2019. Session 1 will be June 3rd through June 28th with classes held at Mt View High School and Centennial High School. Session 2 will be July 8th through August 2nd, with classes held at Centennial High School. Registration deadlines are May 3rd for the 1st session and May 24th for the 2nd session. Registration is online on the West Ada School District’s web page under the Parent/Student Tab. For more information please refer to the district’s web site. If you have any questions, you may call 340-0164 or email driversed@westada.org (May 3)

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June 17-21, 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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EL Leadership will also be having a school dance - end of the year party on May 10th, celebrating diversity and the culture at CHS. It will be from 7-10. Tickets will be 3.00 or a date for 5.00.

 

 

FRIDAY 4/26

AP students, listen up: Many of you were absent when we did pre-registration last week in your AP classes. If you signed up for an AP exam and have NOT pre-registered you need to see Townsley ASAP and get this done. (April 26)

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Seniors! Grad Night Party tickets will be sold next Tuesday the 30th and Friday May 3rd during lunch. Tickets are $67, get your tickets early for best price!

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The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in room 208. Anyone is welcome!

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Students who love hands on: Townsley has an on-line class on how to fix small engines. See her for more info.

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FCCLA meeting at lunch on Wednesday, May 1 - we will have the elections of Chapter Officers for next year. If interested come see Mrs. Bergland for an application. (April 30)

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Are you interested in joining an award-winning and unique fall activity? Would you like to perform alongside 100 other people in front of huge, cheering crowds? Consider joining the CHS Colorguard! This team performs with the marching band at halftime shows and competitions throughout the fall. Please attend our workshops at the Centennial Band Room next Tuesday from 3:30-5:00. Make sure to wear comfortable workout clothes. There is no experience necessary to join guard! Please see Mrs. Brings in the band room for any questions you might have! (April 30)

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Moonlight in the Mediterranean: Prom is tomorrow at the Linen Building. Do you have your tickets? Student Council will be selling tickets at lunch in the main hallway today. (April 26)

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The CHS environmental club is selling straws at lunch and individually. They have bamboo straws for $2 each as well as limited metal for $3. Please contact @Maya S. Knutson or @puja.batchu@gmail.com to purchase or come by the main hallway at lunch. (April 26)

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There will be 2 sessions of Drivers Education for the summer of 2019. Session 1 will be June 3rd through June 28th with classes held at Mt View High School and Centennial High School. Session 2 will be July 8th through August 2nd, with classes held at Centennial High School. Registration deadlines are May 3rd for the 1st session and May 24th for the 2nd session. Registration is online on the West Ada School District’s web page under the Parent/Student Tab. For more information please refer to the district’s web site. If you have any questions, you may call 340-0164 or email driversed@westada.org (May 3)

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"Students for Change" T shirts for 15.00 for S-XL and 17.00 for XXL and XXXL. We will be selling them in the hallway today and Monday. all proceeds go to support students in the Congo to go to school, receive meals and help with shelter. Buy from a EL Leadership student, or at the tables this week!

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Any junior or senior boys interested in playing volleyball, your CHS Volleyball program is hosting the 2019 Power Puff Volleyball games on May 8th. The cost is $20. If you are interested, signups are located in the front office. If you have any questions, please see a Varsity volleyball player or come to room 118 Coach Ward's room. Practices for Power Puff start Monday at 6 pm. (April 26)

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June 17-21, 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp

will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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EL Leadership will also be having a school dance - end of the year party on May 10th, celebrating diversity and the culture at CHS. It will be from 7-10. Tickets will be 3.00 or a date for 5.00

 

 

THURSDAY  4/25

Attention all Patriots, you are all invited to attend the 2nd Annual Dean Diffin Memorial softball game today at 5pm. We will forever honor the memory of Coach Diffin and today is a very special day for us. A short memorial will take place at 4:45pm before the game. You won’t want to miss this. We will be wearing purple to bring awareness to the fight against Pancreatic Cancer. Dig out that purple shirt And come to support these amazing softball players as they battle Skyview High School in a critical conference game. We hope to see you there.

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If you're interested in playing video games with other teens like yourself and have some time after school on THURSDAYS to do just that. Yes, we've moved to THURSDAY. Come on in to Mr. Kelley's room 213 any THURSDAY for the rest of the year starting THURSDAY 5/02 after school until around 4:00: Room 213!

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All students playing football next fall the store to order summer football gear is now open and will close today so order your gear now. Information was sent out through the Team App on how to access the store. If you don't have the Team App please go to room 119 (Coach Koch's room) to get a flyer on how to order. (April 25)

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AP students, listen up: Many of you were absent when we did pre-registration last week in your AP classes. If you signed up for an AP exam and have NOT pre-registered you need to see Townsley ASAP and get this done. (April 26)

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Seniors! Grad Night Party tickets will be sold next Tuesday the 30th and Friday May 3rd during lunch. Tickets are $67, get your tickets early for best price!

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Are you interested in joining an award-winning and unique fall activity? Would you like to perform alongside 100 other people in front of huge, cheering crowds? Consider joining the CHS Colorguard! This team performs with the marching band at halftime shows and competitions throughout the fall. Please attend our workshops at the Centennial Band Room next Tuesday from 3:30-5:00. Make sure to wear comfortable workout clothes. There is no experience necessary to join guard! Please see Mrs. Brings in the band room for any questions you might have! (April 30)

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Moonlight in the Mediterranean: Prom is THIS Saturday at the Linen Building. Do you have your tickets? Student Council will be selling tickets at lunch in the main hallway all week. (April 26)

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The CHS environmental club is selling straws at lunch and individually. They have bamboo straws for $2 each as well as limited metal for $3. Please contact @Maya S. Knutson or @puja.batchu@gmail.com to purchase or come by the main hallway at lunch. (April 26)

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Senior's Class photo will be taken at 10:45 today. Be here to get your face in it. If the weather is nice: football stadium; If the weather is naughty: gymnasium

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There will be 2 sessions of Drivers Education for the summer of 2019. Session 1 will be June 3rd through June 28th with classes held at Mt View High School and Centennial High School. Session 2 will be July 8th through August 2nd, with classes held at Centennial High School. Registration deadlines are May 3rd for the 1st session and May 24th for the 2nd session. Registration is online on the West Ada School District’s web page under the Parent/Student Tab. For more information please refer to the district’s web site. If you have any questions, you may call 340-0164 or email driversed@westada.org (May 3)

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"Students for Change" T shirts for 15.00 for S-XL and 17.00 for XXL and XXXL. We will be selling them in the hallway today, Friday, and Mondy. all proceeds go to support students in the Congo to go to school, receive meals and help with shelter. Buy from a EL Leadership student, or at the tables this week!

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Any junior or senior boys interested in playing volleyball, your CHS Volleyball program is hosting the 2019 Power Puff Volleyball games on May 8th. The cost is $20. If you are interested, signups are located in the front office. If you have any questions, please see a Varsity volleyball player or come to room 118 Coach Ward's room. Practices for Power Puff start Monday at 6 pm. (April 26)

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June 17-21, 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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EL Leadership will also be having a school dance - end of the year party on May 10th, celebrating diversity and the culture at CHS. It will be from 7-10. Tickets will be 3.00 or a date for 5.00

 

WEDNESDAY 4/24

All boys interested in playing basketball there will be a meeting in room 215 today. If you plan on playing this summer, you must be there. (April 24)

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All students playing football next fall the store to order summer football gear is now open and will close tomorrow so order your gear now. Information was sent out through the Team App on how to access the store. If you don't have the Team App please go to room 119 (Coach Koch's room) to get a flyer on how to order. (April 25)

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Are you interested in joining an award-winning and unique fall activity? Would you like to perform alongside 100 other people in front of huge, cheering crowds? Consider joining the CHS Colorguard! This team performs with the marching band at halftime shows and competitions throughout the fall. Please attend our workshops at the Centennial Band Room next Tuesday, April 30th from 3:30-5:00. Make sure to wear comfortable workout clothes. There is no experience necessary to join guard! Please see Mrs. Brings in the band room for any questions you might have! (April 30)

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Moonlight in the Mediterranean: Prom is THIS Saturday at the Linen Building. Do you have your tickets? Student Council will be selling tickets at lunch in the main hallway all week. (April 26)

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The CHS environmental club is selling straws at lunch and individually. They have bamboo straws for $2 each as well as limited metal for $3. Please contact @Maya S. Knutson or @puja.batchu@gmail.com to purchase or come by the main hallway at lunch. (April 26)

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If you're interested in playing video games with other teens like yourself and have some time after school on Wednesdays to do just that, come on in to Mr. Kelley's room 213 any Wednesday for the rest of the year. Wednesdays after school until around 4:00: Room 213! (April 24)

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Senior's Class photo will be taken at 10:45 tomorrow. Be here to get your face in it. If the weather is nice: football stadium; If the weather is naughty: gymnasium

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There will be 2 sessions of Drivers Education for the summer of 2019. Session 1 will be June 3rd through June 28th with classes held at Mt View High School and Centennial High School. Session 2 will be July 8th through August 2nd, with classes held at Centennial High School. Registration deadlines are May 3rd for the 1st session and May 24th for the 2nd session. Registration is online on the West Ada School District’s web page under the Parent/Student Tab. For more information please refer to the district’s web site. If you have any questions, you may call 340-0164 or email driversed@westada.org (May 3)

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"Students for Change" T shirts for 15.00 for S-XL and 17.00 for XXL and XXXL. We will be selling them in the hallway today, Friday, and Mondy. all proceeds go to support students in the Congo to go to school, receive meals and help with shelter. Buy from a EL Leadership student, or at the tables this week!

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Change for Change Drive will be happening this week in participating classes. Teachers, if your class is not participating but you want to take part, there will be change jars out on the 24th and 26th to donate.- designated by grade 9-10-11-12. All proceeds will benefit students in the Congo to go to school. For every $200 we raise we can sponsor one child for a year! Help us make a difference!

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Any junior or senior boys interested in playing volleyball, your CHS Volleyball program is hosting the 2019 Power Puff Volleyball games on May 8th. The cost is $20. If you are interested, signups are located in the front office. If you have any questions, please see a Varsity volleyball player or come to room 118 Coach Ward's room. Practices for Power Puff start April 29th at 6 pm. (April 26)

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June 17-21, 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science

faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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EL Leadership will be selling Guido's pizza and donuts today at lunch.

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EL Leadership will also be having a school dance - end of the year party on May 10th, celebrating diversity and the culture at CHS. It will be from 7-10. Tickets will be 3.00 or a date for 5.00.

 

 

MONDAY 4/22

Hey Patriots! It's Dodgeball time! The NHS Make-a-Wish Dodgeball tournament is Tuesday April 23rd - tomorrow night. The evening starts off at 6 pm with an ice cream social, followed by Dodgeball action at 7pm. Come on out and cheer for your favorite team while supporting a good cause. All proceeds go to the Make-a-Wish foundation. Wear purple to show support for 10 year old wish kid, Maddie, who suffers from cystic fibrosis.

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If you have a team participating in the dodgeball tournament and have not yet submitted registration and waiver forms, please get those turned in to Ms. Shupe in room 206 ASAP! All teams are invited to create a team poster or banner for display during the tournament.

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Moonlight in the Mediterranean: Prom is THIS Saturday at the Linen Building. Do you have your tickets? Student Council will be selling tickets at lunch in the main hallway all week. (April 26)

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Student Council elections will be held this Wednesday on Microsoft Forms. Instructions to vote will be delivered tomorrow and Wednesday. Let’s make 2019-2020 the best year yet! (April 24)

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All boys interested in playing basketball there will be a meeting in room 215 this Wednesday. If you plan on playing this summer you must be there. (April 24)

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If you're interested in playing video games with other teens like yourself, and have some time after school on Wednesdays to do just that, come on in to Mr. Kelley's room 213 any Wednesday for the rest of the year. Wednesdays after school until around 4:00: Room 213! (April 24)

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Senior's Class photo will be taken at 10:45 this Thursday. Be here to get your face in it. If the weather is nice: football stadium; If the weather is naughty: gymnasium

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Seniors if you paid for your cap and gown and didn't pick it up please go to the main office to get it. If you have not paid for it yet please see Mrs. Steinmetz in the bookkeeping office she has yours. (April 22)

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There will be 2 sessions of Drivers Education for the summer of 2019. Session 1 will be June 3rd through June 28th with classes held at Mt View High School and Centennial High School. Session 2 will be July 8th through August 2nd, with classes held at Centennial High School. Registration deadlines are May 3rd for the 1st session and May 24th for the 2nd session. Registration is online on the West Ada School District’s web page under the Parent/Student Tab. For more information please refer to the district’s web site. If you have any questions, you may call 340-0164 or email driversed@westada.org (May 3)

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Seniors! Grad Night Party Tickets will be sold again at lunch tomorrow. Tickets are $67 (cash or check only). Buy tickets early for the best price. (April 23)

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"Students for Change" T shirts for 15.00 for S-XL and 17.00 for XXL and XXXL. We will be selling them in the hallway on Wednesday the 24, Friday 26th, and Monday the 29th. all proceeds go to support students in the Congo to go to school, receive meals and help with shelter. Buy from a EL Leadership student, or at the tables this week!

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Change for Change Drive Will be happening this week in participating classes. Teachers, if your class is not participating but you want to take part, there will be change jars out on the 24th and 26th to donate.- designated by grade 9-10-11-12. All proceeds will benefit students in the Congo to go to school. For every $200 we raise we can sponsor one child for a year! Help us make a difference!

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Any junior or senior boys interested in playing volleyball, your CHS Volleyball program is hosting the 2019 Power Puff Volleyball games on May 8th. The cost is $20. If you are interested, signups are located

in the front office. If you have any questions, please see a Varsity volleyball player or come to room 118 Coach Ward's room. Practices for Power Puff start April 29th at 6 pm. (April 26)

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June 17-21, 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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The Cottonwood neighborhood is extending an invitation to teen residents who live in the neighborhood boundaries to actively serve and participate in our neighborhood association. This is a great opportunity for teens to have a voice in their neighborhood community and learn how to work with the city to effect change. the first meeting coming up on April 30 at Lowell Scott Middle School. It will be held from 6-7:30 P.M.

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EL Leadership will be selling Guido's pizza and donuts on Wednesday at lunch.

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EL Leadership will also be having a school dance - end of the year party on May 10th, celebrating diversity and the culture at CHS. It will be from 7-10. Tickets will be 3.00 or a date for 5.00.

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[hold for each Friday] The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in room 208. Anyone is welcome

 

FRIDAY 4/19

 

All boys interested in playing basketball there will be a meeting in room 215 Wednesday April 24th. If you plan on playing this summer you must be there. (April 24)

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If you're interested in playing video games with other teens like yourself, and have some time after school on Wednesdays to do just that, come on in to Mr. Kelley's room 213 any Wednesday for the rest of the year. Wednesdays after school until around 4:00: Room 213! (April 24)

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Senior's Class photo will be taken at 10:45 on Thursday April 25th. Be here to get your face in it. If the weather is nice: football stadium; If the weather is naughty: gymnasium

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Seniors if you paid for your cap and gown and din't pick it up please go to the main office to get it. If you have not paid for it yet please see Mrs. Steinmetz in the bookkeeping office she has yours. (April 22)

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There will be 2 sessions of Drivers Education for the summer of 2019. Session 1 will be June 3rd through June 28th with classes held at Mt View High School and Centennial High School. Session 2 will be July 8th through August 2nd, with classes held at Centennial High School. Registration deadlines are May 3rd for the 1st session and May 24th for the 2nd session. Registration is online on the West Ada School District’s web page under the Parent/Student Tab. For more information please refer to the district’s web site. If you have any questions, you may call 340-0164 or email driversed@westada.org (May 3)

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The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in room 208. Anyone is welcome!

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Seniors! Grad Night Party Tickets will be sold again at lunch Tuesday the 23rd. Tickets are $67 (cash or check only). Buy tickets early for the best price. (April 23)

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"Students for Change" T shirts for 15.00 for S-XL and 17.00 for XXL and XXXL. We will be selling them in the hallway on Wednesday the 24, Friday 26th, and Monday the 29th. all proceeds go to support students in the Congo to go to school, receive meals and help with shelter. Buy from a EL Leadership student, or at the tables next week!

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Change for Change Drive Will be happening next week from Monday -Friday in participating classes. Teachers, if your class is not participating but you want to take part, there will be change jars out on the 24th and 26th to donate.- designated by grade 9-10-11-12. All proceeds will benefit students in the Congo to go to school. For every $200 we raise we can sponsor one child for a year! Help us make a difference!

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Any junior or senior boys interested in playing volleyball, your CHS Volleyball program is hosting the 2019 Power Puff Volleyball games on May 8th. The cost is $20. If you are interested, signups are located in the front office. If you have any questions, please see a Varsity volleyball player or come to room 118 Coach Ward's room. Practices for Power Puff start April 29th at 6 pm. (April 26)

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Hey all you gamers! Want to test your skills and see who is the reigning champ? Come to Image Factory's game night and participate in a Mario Kart and Super Smash Brothers brackets. Sign up for a slot by Mrs. Burt's door (room 237) to be entered into the brackets. If you RSVP, it's $1 per gameplay, winner of each round advances for free, losers pay to play again. If you don't RSVP by signing up by room 237, it will be $2 per gameplay at the door. The Mario Kart bracket will take place on April 25th from 3-5 in the Little Theatre and the Smash Brothers Bracket will take place on April 26th in the Little Theatre. Winner of each bracket will receive a $25 gift card. We hope you see you there! (April 19)

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June 17-21, 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the

curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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The Cottonwood neighborhood is extending an invitation to teen residents who live in the neighborhood boundaries to actively serve and participate in our neighborhood association. This is a great opportunity for teens to have a voice in their neighborhood community and learn how to work with the city to effect change. the first meeting coming up on April 30 at Lowell Scott Middle School. It will be held from 6-7:30 P.M.

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EL Leadership will be selling Guido's pizza and donuts on Wednesday at lunch.

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EL Leadership will also be having a school dance - end of the year party on May 10th, celebrating diversity and the culture at CHS. It will be from 7-10. Tickets will be 3.00 or a date for 5.00.

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Please go to the home page for today’s KCTV

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The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in room 208. Anyone is welcome!

THURSDAY 4/18

Senior's Class photo will be taken at 10:45 on Thursday April 25th. Be here to get your face in it. If the weather is nice: football stadium; If the weather is naughty: gymnasium

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Girls basketball open gym starts today from 7-8pm

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Seniors if you paid for your cap and gown and din't pick it up please go to the main office to get it. If you have not paid for it yet please see Mrs. Steinmetz in the bookkeeping office she has yours. (April 22)

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There will be 2 sessions of Drivers Education for the summer of 2019. Session 1 will be June 3rd through June 28th with classes held at Mt View High School and Centennial High School. Session 2 will be July 8th through August 2nd, with classes held at Centennial High School. Registration deadlines are May 3rd for the 1st session and May 24th for the 2nd session. Registration is online on the West Ada School District’s web page under the Parent/Student Tab. For more information please refer to the district’s web site. If you have any questions, you may call 340-0164 or email driversed@westada.org (May 3)

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Seniors! Grad Night Party Tickets will be sold again at lunch Tuesday the 23rd. Tickets are $67 (cash or check only). Buy tickets early for the best price. (April 23)

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"Students for Change" T shirts for 15.00 for S-XL and 17.00 for XXL and XXXL. We will be selling them in the hallway on Wednesday the 24, Friday 26th, and Monday the 29th. all proceeds go to support students in the Congo to go to school, receive meals and help with shelter. Buy from a EL Leadership student, or at the tables next week!

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Change for Change Drive Will be happening next week from Monday -Friday in participating classes. Teachers, if your class is not participating but you want to take part, there will be change jars out on the 24th and 26th to donate.- designated by grade 9-10-11-12. All proceeds will benefit students in the Congo to go to school. For every $200 we raise we can sponsor one child for a year! Help us make a difference!

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Any junior or senior boys interested in playing volleyball, your CHS Volleyball program is hosting the 2019 Power Puff Volleyball games on May 8th. The cost is $20. If you are interested, signups are located in the front office. If you have any questions, please see a Varsity volleyball player or come to room 118 Coach Ward's room. Practices for Power Puff start April 29th at 6 pm. (April 26)

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Hey all you gamers! Want to test your skills and see who is the reigning champ? Come to Image Factory's game night and participate in a Mario Kart and Super Smash Brothers brackets. Sign up for a slot by Mrs. Burt's door (room 237) to be entered into the brackets. If you RSVP, it's $1 per gameplay, winner of each round advances for free, losers pay to play again. If you don't RSVP by signing up by room 237, it will be $2 per gameplay at the door. The Mario Kart bracket will take place on April 25th from 3-5 in the Little Theatre and the Smash Brothers Bracket will take place on April 26th in the Little Theatre. Winner of each bracket will receive a $25 gift card. We hope you see you there! (April 19)

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June 17-21, 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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The Cottonwood neighborhood is extending an invitation to teen residents who live in the neighborhood boundaries to actively serve and participate in our neighborhood association. This is a great opportunity for teens to have a voice in their neighborhood community and learn how to work with the city to effect change. the first meeting coming up on April 30 at Lowell Scott Middle School. It will be held from 6-7:30 P.M.

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[hold for April 19] ____ will be selling Guido's pizza and donuts on Wednesday at lunch.

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[hold for April 19] ____ will be having a school dance - end of the year party on May 10th, celebrating diversity and the culture at CHS. It will be from 7-10. Tickets will be 3.00 or a date for 5.00.

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[hold for each Friday] The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in room 208. Anyone is welcome!

 

TUESDAY 4/16

 

FFA Members! Come find out what's happening in April and May tomorrow at lunch in room 113.

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There will be 2 sessions of Drivers Education for the summer of 2019. Session 1 will be June 3rd through June 28th with classes held at Mt View High School and Centennial High School. Session 2 will be July 8th through August 2nd, with classes held at Centennial High School. Registration deadlines are May 3rd for the 1st session and May 24th for the 2nd session. Registration is online on the West Ada School District’s web page under the Parent/Student Tab. For more information please refer to the district’s web site. If you have any questions, you may call 340-0164 or email driversed@westada.org (May 3)

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SENIORS! GRADUATION IS ALMOST HERE! Let’s celebrate at the Senior Grad Night Party at Wahooz the night of graduation from 11pm-4am. Tickets are $67 (cash or check only). Buy your tickets early for best price! (April 16)

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Any junior or senior boys interested in playing volleyball, your CHS Volleyball program is hosting the 2019 Power Puff Volleyball games on May 8th. The cost is $20. If you are interested, sign ups are located in the front office. If you have any questions please see a Varsity volleyball player or come to room 118 Coach Ward's room. Practices for Power Puff start April 29th at 6 pm. (April 16)

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Hey all you gamers! Want to test your skills and see who is the reigning champ? Come to Image Factory's game night and participate in a Mario Kart and Super Smash Brothers brackets. Sign up for a slot by Mrs. Burt's door (room 237) to be entered into the brackets. If you RSVP, it's $1 per gameplay, winner of each round advances for free, losers pay to play again. If you don't RSVP by signing up by room 237, it will be $2 per gameplay at the door. The Mario Kart bracket will take place on April 25th from 3-5 in the Little Theatre and the Smash Brothers Bracket will take place on April 26th in the Little Theatre. Winner of each bracket will receive a $25 gift card. We hope you see you there! (April 19)

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June 17-21 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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The Spring Blood Drive will be happening this Thursday. The signup sheet is located in Mrs. Redinger's room, room 110. Stop by before or after school and at lunch to sign up for a time! Donation spots will go fast! (April 18)

 

MONDAY 4/15

Feast week starts today. Ice cream at lunch for just $1.50. Dominos pizza at lunch for just $2.00 or $2.50 with a drink. Everyday before school and at lunch this week, you can buy iced mochas and macchiatos for just $1.50.

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There will be 2 sessions of Drivers Education for the summer of 2019. Session 1 will be June 3rd through June 28th with classes held at Mt View High School and Centennial High School. Session 2 will be July 8th through August 2nd, with classes held at Meridian Middle School. Registration deadlines are May 3rd for the 1st session and May 24th for the 2nd session. Registration is online on the West Ada School District’s web page under the Parent/Student Tab. For more information please refer to the district’s web site. If you have any questions, you may call 340-0164 or email driversed@westada.org (May 3)

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If you are interested in helping the school and growing as a leader, Student Council applications are now available in the office and in Mrs. McWilliams’s room #208. Applications are due today. (April 15)

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SENIORS! GRADUATION IS ALMOST HERE! Let’s celebrate at the Senior Grad Night Party at Wahooz the night of graduation from 11pm-4am. Tickets are $67 (cash or check only) and will go on sale in the main hallway tomorrow during lunch. Buy your tickets early for best price! (April 16)

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Any junior or senior boys interested in playing volleyball, your CHS Volleyball program is hosting the 2019 Power Puff Volleyball games on May 8th. The cost is $20. If you are interested, sign ups are located in the front office. If you have any questions please see a Varsity volleyball player or come to room 118 Coach Ward's room. (April 16)

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There will be an ASL Lunch Chat today from 11:00- 11:30 in room 106. (April 15)

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Hey all you gamers! Want to test your skills and see who is the reigning champ? Come to Image Factory's game night and participate in a Mario Kart and Super Smash Brothers brackets. Sign up for a slot by Mrs. Burt's door (room 237) to be entered into the brackets. If you RSVP, it's $1 per gameplay, winner of each round advances for free, losers pay to play again. If you don't RSVP by signing up by room 237, it will be $2 per gameplay at the door. The Mario Kart bracket will take place on April 25th from 3-5 in the Little Theatre and the Smash Brothers Bracket will take place on April 26th in the Little Theatre. Winner of each bracket will receive a $25 gift card. We hope you see you there! (April 19)

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June 17-21 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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Tryouts for the Sweet Liberty dance team are coming up. If you are interested pick up a packet in the front office. Tryouts begin Wednesday! If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Linzy in room 115. (April 15)

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The Spring Blood Drive will be happening this Thursday. The signup sheet is located in Mrs. Redinger's room, room 110. Stop by before or after school and at lunch to sign up for a time! Donation spots will go fast! (A

 

FRIDAY 4/12

Feast week is on its way: Mochas, Krispy Kreme donuts, Pizza, Bagels, ice cream, and a whole lot more. The feast starts Monday.

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Do you want to get into football games for free and perform for your friends? Join Centennial’s Color Guard team! No experience is needed, all grades are welcome both boys and girls are wanted. More information about tryouts can be found in the front office.

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Mandatory YMCA Youth Gov. meeting today at lunch in the CC. Let Townsley know if you will not be there.

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The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in room 208. Anyone is welcome!

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There will be 2 sessions of Drivers Education for the summer of 2019. Session 1 will be June 3rd through June 28th with classes held at Mt View High School and Centennial High School. Session 2 will be July 8th through August 2nd, with classes held at Meridian Middle School. Registration deadlines are May 3rd for the 1st session and May 24th for the 2nd session. Registration is online on the West Ada School District’s web page under the Parent/Student Tab. For more information please refer to the district’s web site. If you have any questions, you may call 340-0164 or email driversed@westada.org

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If you are interested in helping the school and growing as a leader, Student Council applications are now available in the office and in Mrs. McWilliams’s room #208. Applications will be due Monday. (April 15)

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SENIORS! GRADUATION IS ALMOST HERE! Let’s celebrate at the Senior Grad Night Party at Wahooz the night of graduation from 11pm-4am. Tickets are $67 (cash or check only) and will go on sale in the main hallway Tuesday, April 16 during lunch. Buy your tickets early for best price!

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Any junior or senior boys interested in playing volleyball, your CHS Volleyball program is hosting the 2019 Power Puff Volleyball games on May 8th. The cost is $20. If you are interested, sign ups are located in the front office. If you have any questions please see a Varsity volleyball player or come to room 118 Coach Ward's room.

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Dutch Bros here today support Mtn. Bike Club. (April 12)

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There will be an ASL Lunch Chat Monday April 15 from 11:00- 11:30 in room 106. (April 15)

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Hey Patriots! It's Dodgeball time! NHS is hosting our annual dodgeball tournament on April 23rd to raise money for the Make-a-Wish foundation. Put a team together and come out and play to help make wishes come true for our wish kid, Maddie. Do you have a teacher you would LOVE to see out on the dodgeball court? Encourage them to join our staff team! Stop by Ms. Shupe's room (room 206) to pick up a team packet today! (April 12)

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BSU has announced a high school enrichment electrical (bio)engineering class for rising high school juniors and seniors in Electrical Circuits (Week 1 – Aug. 5-9) and Embedded Systems (Week 2 –Aug. 12-16). These are two weeks of ECE “hands on” laboratory classes for students interested in electrical engineering with applications in bioengineering. These fast-paced rigorous classes will be designed to explore electrical and computer engineering. Students may sign up for either class or both. Admission for Week 2 only will depend on prior experience. See the counseling office for more details. (April 12)

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Hey all you gamers! Want to test your skills and see who is the reigning champ? Come to Image Factory's game night and participate in a Mario Kart and Super Smash Brothers brackets. Sign up for a slot by Mrs. Burt's door (room 237) to be entered into the brackets. If you RSVP, it's $1 per gameplay, winner of each round advances for free, losers pay to play again. If you don't RSVP by signing up by

room 237, it will be $2 per gameplay at the door. The Mario Kart bracket will take place on April 25th from 3-5 in the Little Theatre and the Smash Brothers Bracket will take place on April 26th in the Little Theatre. Winner of each bracket will receive a $25 gift card. We hope you see you there! (April 19)

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June 17-21 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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Tryouts for the Sweet Liberty dance team are coming up. If you are interested pick up a packet in the front office. Tryouts begin April 17th! If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Linzy in room 115. (April 15)

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The Spring Blood Drive will be happening on Thursday, April 18th. The signup sheet is located in Mrs. Redinger's room, room 110. Stop by before or after school and at lunch to sign up for a time! Donation spots will go fast! (April 18)

 

THURSDAY 4/11

Feast week is on its way: Mochas, Krispy Kreme donuts, Pizza, Bagels, ice cream, and a whole lot more. The feast starts Monday.

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German Club is hosting Comedy Club in the Little Theater today at lunch. We have 7 acts to perform.... all of the jokes will be in English!!!! Zero German so everyone can come and enjoy. We are starting at 11:00, so we invite everyone to bring a lunch and come watch. A random audience member will be chosen to be a guest judge and prizes will be given throughout the show. Cant wait to see you tomorrow

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If you are interested in helping the school and growing as a leader, Student Council applications are now available in the office and in Mrs. McWilliams’s room #208. Applications will be due Monday. (April 15)

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SENIORS! GRADUATION IS ALMOST HERE! Let’s celebrate at the Senior Grad Night Party at Wahooz the night of graduation from 11pm-4am. Tickets are $67 (cash or check only) and will go on sale in the main hallway Tuesday, April 16 during lunch. Buy your tickets early for best price!

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Any junior or senior boys interested in playing volleyball, your CHS Volleyball program is hosting the 2019 Power Puff Volleyball games on May 8th. The cost is $20. If you are interested, sign ups are located in the front office. If you have any questions please see a Varsity volleyball player or come to room 118 Coach Ward's room.

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Dutch Bros here tomorrow support Mtn. Bike Club. (April 12)

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Eastern Washington University here today at 10:30 see Townsley if interested. (April 11)

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There will be an ASL Lunch Chat Monday April 15 from 11:00- 11:30 in room 106. (April 15)

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Hey Patriots! It's Dodgeball time! NHS is hosting our annual dodgeball tournament on April 23rd to raise money for the Make-a-Wish foundation. Put a team together and come out and play to help make wishes come true for our wish kid, Maddie. Do you have a teacher you would LOVE to see out on the dodgeball court? Encourage them to join our staff team! Stop by Ms. Shupe's room (room 206) to pick up a team packet today! (April 12)

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BSU has announced a high school enrichment electrical (bio)engineering class for rising high school juniors and seniors in Electrical Circuits (Week 1 – Aug. 5-9) and Embedded Systems (Week 2 –Aug. 12-16). These are two weeks of ECE “hands on” laboratory classes for students interested in electrical engineering with applications in bioengineering. These fast-paced rigorous classes will be designed to explore electrical and computer engineering. Students may sign up for either class or both. Admission for Week 2 only will depend on prior experience. See the counseling office for more details. (April 12)

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Hey all you gamers! Want to test your skills and see who is the reigning champ? Come to Image Factory's game night and participate in a Mario Kart and Super Smash Brothers brackets. Sign up for a slot by Mrs. Burt's door (room 237) to be entered into the brackets. If you RSVP, it's $1 per gameplay, winner of each round advances for free, losers pay to play again. If you don't RSVP by signing up by room 237, it will be $2 per gameplay at the door. The Mario Kart bracket will take place on April 25th from 3-5 in the Little Theatre and the Smash Brothers Bracket will take place on April 26th in the Little Theatre. Winner of each bracket will receive a $25 gift card. We hope you see you there! (April 19)

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June 17-21 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further

education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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Tryouts for the Sweet Liberty dance team are coming up. If you are interested pick up a packet in the front office. Tryouts begin April 17th! If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Linzy in room 115. (April 15)

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The Spring Blood Drive will be happening on Thursday, April 18th. The signup sheet is located in Mrs. Redinger's room, room 110. Stop by before or after school and at lunch to sign up for a time! Donation spots will go fast! (April 18)

 

MONDAY 4/8

Hey Patriots! It's Dodgeball time! NHS is hosting our annual dodgeball tournament on April 23rd to raise money for the Make-a-Wish foundation. Put a team together and come out and play to help make wishes come true for our wish kid, Maddie. Do you have a teacher you would LOVE to see out on the dodgeball court? Encourage them to join our staff team! Stop by Ms. Shupe's room (room 206) to pick up a team packet today! (April 12)

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Why did the chicken cross the road? Don’t know… You’ll have to come to comedy club Thursday at lunch in the little theater to find out. We have five comedians, including Mr. hurt again, competing for best stand up. Audience members will receive prizes throughout the show and a randomly selected person in the audience will be chosen to be a guest judge. So grab your lunch and come to find out just why that chicken cross the road. (April 11)

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BSU has announced a high school enrichment electrical (bio)engineering class for rising high school juniors and seniors in Electrical Circuits (Week 1 – Aug. 5-9) and Embedded Systems (Week 2 –Aug. 12-16). These are two weeks of ECE “hands on” laboratory classes for students interested in electrical engineering with applications in bioengineering. These fast-paced rigorous classes will be designed to explore electrical and computer engineering. Students may sign up for either class or both. Admission for Week 2 only will depend on prior experience. See the counseling office for more details. (April 12)

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The SAT class roster are posted in front of the counseling office, window of the library and the doors by the bus entrance. Please check and see which room your are assigned to and if you have any questions please see Ms. Small in the counseling office. (April 8)

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Hey all you gamers! Want to test your skills and see who is the reigning champ? Come to Image Factory's game night and participate in a Mario Kart and Super Smash Brothers brackets. Sign up for a slot by Mrs. Burt's door (room 237) to be entered into the brackets. If you RSVP, it's $1 per gameplay, winner of each round advances for free, losers pay to play again. If you don't RSVP by signing up by room 237, it will be $2 per gameplay at the door. The Mario Kart bracket will take place on April 25th from 3-5 in the Little Theatre and the Smash Brothers Bracket will take place on April 26th in the Little Theatre. Winner of each bracket will receive a $25 gift card. We hope you see you there! (April 19)

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June 17-21 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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Interested students should apply (through the camp website) by May 17th 2019

Register now for e-Girls, June 7-8, at Boise State - A free two day camp for high school girls exploring careers in engineering, computer science, and other STEM careers! Please see Mr. Johnston in the counseling center for more details. (April 8)

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Tryouts for the Sweet Liberty dance team are coming up. If you are interested pick up a packet in the front office. Tryouts begin April 17th! If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Linzy in room 115. (April 15)

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The Spring Blood Drive will be happening on Thursday, April 18th. The signup sheet is located in Mrs. Redinger's room, room 110. Stop by before or after school and at lunch to sign up for a time! Donation spots will go fast! (April 18)

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If you are interested in helping the school and growing as a leader, Student Council applications are now available in the office and in Mrs. McWilliams’s room #208. Applications will be due April 15th. (April 15)

 

 

FRIDAY 4/5

BSU has announced a high school enrichment electrical (bio)engineering class for rising high school juniors and seniors in Electrical Circuits (Week 1 – Aug. 5-9) and Embedded Systems (Week 2 –Aug. 12-16). These are two weeks of ECE “hands on” laboratory classes for students interested in electrical engineering with applications in bioengineering. These fast-paced rigorous classes will be designed to explore electrical and computer engineering. Students may sign up for either class or both. Admission for Week 2 only will depend on prior experience. See the counseling office for more details. (April 12)

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The SAT class roster are posted in front of the counseling office, window of the library and the doors by the bus entrance. Please check and see which room your are assigned to and if you have any questions please see Ms. Small in the counseling office. (April 8)

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Hey all you gamers! Want to test your skills and see who is the reigning champ? Come to Image Factory's game night and participate in a Mario Kart and Super Smash Brothers brackets. Sign up for a slot by Mrs. Burt's door (room 237) to be entered into the brackets. If you RSVP, it's $1 per gameplay, winner of each round advances for free, losers pay to play again. If you don't RSVP by signing up by room 237, it will be $2 per gameplay at the door. The Mario Kart bracket will take place on April 25th from 3-5 in the Little Theatre and the Smash Brothers Bracket will take place on April 26th in the Little Theatre. Winner of each bracket will receive a $25 gift card. We hope you see you there! (April 19)

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The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in room 208. Anyone is welcome!

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JUNIORS - Townsley is chaperoning a free trip with transportation to North West Nazarene University (NNU) on April 23rd. If you would like to come and tour campus with us, talk to admissions and have lunch at NNU see Townsley ASAP. There are only 20 spots so it is first come first served - must be passing all your classes! (4/5)

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June 17-21 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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Interested students should apply (through the camp website) by May 17th 2019

Register now for e-Girls, June 7-8, at Boise State - A free two day camp for high school girls exploring careers in engineering, computer science, and other STEM careers! Please see Mr. Johnston in the counseling center for more details. (April 8)

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Tryouts for the Sweet Liberty dance team are coming up. If you are interested pick up a packet in the front office. Tryouts begin April 17th! If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Linzy in room 115. (April 15)

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Lunch meeting 11:00-11:15 today in Mrs. Skinner's room A5 for students who want to be involved in raising funds and awareness about global issues including involvement in the project to raise funds for students in Africa. (April 5)

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Guest Activity Passes are now available for PROM in the front office. Guest Passes are for students attending PROM who plan on bringing a date that is NOT a current CHS student. All passes are due no later than Thursday, April 25 to Ms. Scheppers. (April 5)

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The Spring Blood Drive will be happening on Thursday, April 18th. The signup sheet is located in Mrs. Redinger's room, room 110. Stop by before or after school and at lunch to sign up for a time! Donation spots will go fast! (April 18)

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If you are interested in helping the school and growing as a leader, Student Council applications are now available in the office and in Mrs. McWilliams’s room #208. Applications will be due April 15th. (April 15)

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All right, folks! there just aren't enough names on the open mic night list outside of room 205. If you're funny, or even if you're not but you think you are, come sign up for open mic which is happening at lunch in the little theater on Thursday April 11th. Signups are due by today. Everyone who signs up and brings an act on stage receives a gift. Come to room 205, you know the one with the big castle door, and sign up. (April 5)

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Are you going somewhere exciting over spring break or staying home to have fun with friends? Either way, Yearbook wants your photos! Email them to Mr. Berry by Friday. (April 5)

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[hold for each Friday] The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in room 208. Anyone is welcome!

 

 

THURSDAY 4/4

June 17-21 2019 (Girls Only) or June 24-28 2019 (Boys and Girls) GenCyber Cybersecurity Summer Camps for Idaho High School Students. Grades 9-12. Free (application required). Computer Science faculty and staff will introduce and cement knowledge of cybersecurity first principles, increase the curiosity of the participants about the field of cybersecurity, encourage participants to seek further education in cybersecurity and motivate participants to seek a career in cybersecurity. No prior coding experience is necessary. Accepted participants will receive breakfast and lunch during the camp, and a free Raspberry Pi-topCEED Toolkit. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply. The camp will be held in the new computer science facility in downtown Boise (Clearwater Building, City Center Plaza). For more information and to apply visit coen.boisestate.edu/cs/gencyber/students19 or contact the Computer Science Department at computerscience@boisestate.edu or (208) 426-5766. (May 17)

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Interested students should apply (through the camp website) by May 17th 2019

Register now for e-Girls, June 7-8, at Boise State - A free two day camp for high school girls exploring careers in engineering, computer science, and other STEM careers! Please see Mr. Johnston in the counseling center for more details. (April 8)

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Tryouts for the Sweet Liberty dance team are coming up. If you are interested pick up a packet in the front office. Tryouts begin April 17th! If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Linzy in room 115.

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Lunch meeting 11:00-11:15 in Mrs. Skinner's room A5 for students who want to be involved in raising funds and awareness about global issues including involvement in the project to raise funds for students in Africa. (April 5)

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Guest Activity Passes are now available for PROM in the front office. Guest Passes are for students attending PROM who plan on bringing a date that is NOT a current CHS student. All passes are due no later than Thursday, April 25 to Ms. Scheppers. (April 5)

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Come see Image Factory's spring one act showcase! Three short one-act plays that explore themes of romance, anxiety, summer camp craziness and much more. Tonight in the Little Theater at 7pm. Admission is free! (April 4)

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The Spring Blood Drive will be happening on Thursday, April 18th. The signup sheet is located in Mrs. Redinger's room, room 110. Stop by before or after school and at lunch to sign up for a time! Donation spots will go fast! (April 18)

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Come get can a snack after school in the social Center from 2:42-3:15 starting today. There will be Coke, Mt. Dew, and Dr. Pepper in addition to candy bars and snacks. All the proceeds will go to support fellow students volunteer in the community. We will be selling treats every Tuesday and Thursday after school from 4/4 until the last week of school. We hope you come and visit us for a great treat!! (April 4)

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Tomorrow we will have our April HOSA future health care professionals meeting in rm 111 (Mr. Taylor's rm) @ 11am. Important final preparations for next week's state leadership conference will be discussed. (April 4)

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If you are interested in helping the school and growing as a leader, Student Council applications are now available in the office and in Mrs. McWilliams’s room #208. Applications will be due April 15th. (April 15)

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All right, folks! there just aren't enough names on the open mic night list outside of room 205. If you're funny, or even if you're not but you think you are, come sign up for open mic which is happening at lunch in the little theater on Thursday April 11th. Signups are due by this Friday. Everyone who signs up and brings an act on stage receives a gift. Come to room 205, you know the one with the big castle door, and sign up. (April 5)

Are you going somewhere exciting over spring break or staying home to have fun with friends? Either way, Yearbook wants your photos! Email them to Mr. Berry by Friday. (April 5)

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[hold for each Friday] The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in room 208. Anyon

 

WEDNESDAY 4/3

JUNIORS - Townsley is chaperoning a free trip with transportation to North West Nazarene University (NNU) on April 23rd. If you would like to come and tour campus with us, talk to admissions and have lunch at NNU see Townsley ASAP. There are only 20 spots so it is first come first served - must be passing all your classes! ( 4/3, 4/5)

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Lunch meeting 11:00-11:15 in Mrs. Skinner's room A5 for students who want to be involved in raising funds and awareness about global issues including involvement in the project to raise funds for students in Africa. (April 5)

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Guest Activity Passes are now available for PROM in the front office. Guest Passes are for students attending PROM who plan on bringing a date that is NOT a current CHS student. All passes are due no later than Thursday, April 25 to Ms. Scheppers. (April 5)

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The EL Leadership Class will be selling pizza and donuts at lunch time today to support and sponsor student in Africa. (April 3)

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Come see Image Factory's spring one act showcase! Three short one-act plays that explore themes of romance, anxiety, summer camp craziness and much more. Running tonight and tomorrow evening in the Little Theater at 7pm. Admission is free! (April 4)

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The Spring Blood Drive will be happening on Thursday, April 18th. The sign up sheet is located in Mrs. Redinger's room, room 110. Stop by before or after school and at lunch to sign up for a time! Donation spots will go fast! (April 18)

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Come get can a snack after school in the social Center from 2:42-3:15 starting tomorrow. There will be Coke, Mt. Dew, and Dr. Pepper in addition to candy bars and snacks. All the proceeds will go to support fellow students volunteer in the community. We will be selling treats every Tuesday and Thursday after school from 4/4 until the last week of school. We hope you come and visit us for a great treat!! (April 4)

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Are you interested in acting? Do you want to get better at public speaking or thinking on your feet? Come join Centennial’s new improv group where students will be working together to improve these skills and create an improv performance for the end of the year. Our next meeting is today right after school in the acting room. We hope to see you there! (April 3)

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Tomorrow we will have our April HOSA future health care professionals meeting in rm 111 (Mr. Taylor's rm) @ 11am. Important final preparations for next week's state leadership conference will be discussed. (April 4)

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If you are interested in helping the school and growing as a leader, Student Council applications are now available in the office and in Mrs. McWilliams’s room #208. Applications will be due April 15th. (April 15)

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All right, folks! there just aren't enough names on the open mic night list outside of room 205. If you're funny, or even if you're not but you think you are, come sign up for open mic which is happening at lunch in the little theater on Thursday April 11th. Signups are due by this Friday. Everyone who signs up and brings an act on stage receives a gift. Come to room 205, you know the one with the big castle door, and sign up. (April 5)

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Are you going somewhere exciting over spring break or staying home to have fun with friends? Either way, Yearbook wants your photos! Email them to Mr. Berry by Friday. (April 5)

 

 

TUESDAY 4/2

Guest Activity Passes are now available for PROM in the front office. Guest Passes are for students attending PROM who plan on bringing a date that is NOT a current CHS student. All passes are due no later than Thursday, April 25 to Ms. Scheppers. (April 5)

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The EL Leadership Class will be selling pizza and donuts at lunch time today and tomorrow to support and sponsor student in Africa. (April 3)

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Come see Image Factory's spring one act showcase! Three short one-act plays that explore themes of romance, anxiety, summer camp craziness and much more. Running this Wednesday and Thursday evenings in the Little Theater at 7pm. Admission is free! (April 4)

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The Spring Blood Drive will be happening on Thursday, April 18th. The sign up sheet is located in Mrs. Redinger's room, room 110. Stop by before or after school and at lunch to sign up for a time! Donation spots will go fast! (April 18)

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Come get can a snack after school in the social Center from 2:42-3:15 starting on THIS THURSDAY 4/4. There will be Coke, Mt. Dew, and Dr. Pepper in addition to candy bars and snacks. All the proceeds will go to support fellow students volunteer in the community. We will be selling treats every Tuesday and Thursday after school from 4/4 until the last week of school. We hope you come and visit us for a great treat!! (April 4)

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Are you interested in acting? Do you want to get better at public speaking or thinking on your feet? Come join Centennial’s new improv group where students will be working together to improve these skills and create an improv performance for the end of the year. Our next meeting will be tomorrow right after school in the acting room. We hope to see you there! (April 3)

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This Thursday, 04/04/2019, we will have our April HOSA future health care professionals meeting in rm 111 (Mr. Taylor's rm) @ 11am. Important final preparations for next week's state leadership conference will be discussed. (April 4)

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If you are interested in helping the school and growing as a leader, Student Council applications are now available in the office and in Mrs. McWilliams’s room #208. Applications will be due April 15th. (April 15)

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All right, folks! there just aren't enough names on the open mic night list outside of room 205. If you're funny, or even if you're not but you think you are, come sign up for open mic which is happening at lunch in the little theater on Thursday April 11th. Signups are due by this Friday. Everyone who signs up and brings an act on stage receives a gift. Come to room 205, you know the one with the big castle door, and sign up. (April 5)

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Are you going somewhere exciting over spring break or staying home to have fun with friends? Either way, Yearbook wants your photos! Email them to Mr. Berry by Friday. (April 5)

 

 

MONDAY 4/1

If you are interested in helping the school and growing as a leader, Student Council applications are now available in the office and in Mrs. McWilliams’s room #208. Applications will be due April 15th. (April 15)

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All right, folks! there just aren't enough names on the open mic night list outside of room 205. If you're funny, or even if you're not but you think you are, come sign up for open mic which is happening at lunch in the little theater on Thursday April 11th. Signups are due by this Friday. Everyone who signs up and brings an act on stage receives a gift. Come to room 205, you know the one with the big castle door, and sign up. (April 5)

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Are you going somewhere exciting over spring break or staying home to have fun with friends? Either way, Yearbook wants your photos! Email them to Mr. Berry by Friday. (April 5)

 

 

FRIDAY 3/22

The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in room 208. Anyone is welcome!

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All right, folks! there just aren't enough names on the open mic night list outside of room 205. If you're funny, or even if you're not but you think you are, come sign up for open mic which is happening at lunch in the little theater on Thursday April 11th. Signups are due by Friday April 5th. Everyone who signs up and brings an act on stage receives a gift. Come to room 205, you know the one with the big castle door, and sign up.

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Come see Musical Theatre's Spring Showcase tonight at seven in the Little Theatre. Come support the advanced Musical Theatre students as they present reasearch pieces exploring Broadway's most influential figures. It's free so no excuses! (March 22)

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Image Factory will be selling Guido's at lunch. (March 22)

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Are you going somewhere exciting over spring break or staying home to have fun with friends? Either way, Yearbook wants your photos! Email them to Mr. Berry by April 5. (April 5)

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Please go to the home page for today’s KCTV.

 

THURSDAY 3/21

Come see Musical Theatre's Spring Showcase tonight and tomorrow at seven in the Little Theatre. Come support the advanced Musical Theatre students as they present reasearch pieces exploring Broadway's most influential figures. It's free so no excuses! (March 22)

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The Student Council will be having a fundraiser at Panera Bread from 4-8 pm this evening. Bring a flyer or take a picture of one that is hanging up in the hall or enter code “PREFUND” for delivery orders. Support Stuco so we can support you! (March 21)

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Anyone interested in playing football next Fall there will be a meeting at lunch in the Little Theater today. Summer calendar and camp will be discussed. Please attend if you are interested in playing football next year. (March 21)

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Image Factory will be selling Guido's at lunch. (March 22)

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Are you going somewhere exciting over spring break or staying home to have fun with friends? Either way, Yearbook wants your photos! Email them to Mr. Berry by April 5. (April

 

WEDNESDAY 3/20

Thursday March 21st, Student Council will be having a fundraiser at Panera Bread from 4-8 pm. Bring a flyer or take a picture of one that is hanging up in the hall or enter code “PREFUND” for delivery orders. Support Stuco so we can support you! +++

Air force will be here today at lunch.

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There is an NHS meeting today at lunch in the Little Theater. Bring your lunch and don't be late!

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Attention all ASL Club Members: There will be a mandatory ASL Club meeting today during lunch to take another club picture. Please wear your ASL t-shirts. (March 20)

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Mandatory Youth Gov. meeting with Townsley Friday during lunch

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Idaho State University here tomorrow at 10:30 sign-up with Townsley.

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Anyone interested in playing football next Fall there will be a meeting at lunch in the Little Theater tomorrow. Summer calendar and camp will be discussed. Please attend if you are interested in playing football next year. (March 21)

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Image Factory will be selling Guido's at lunch. (March 22)

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Are you going somewhere exciting over spring break or staying home to have fun with friends? Either way, Yearbook wants your photos! Email them to Mr. Berry by April 5. (April 5)

 

TUESDAY 3/19

Air force will be here tomorrow at lunch.

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There will be an NHS member meeting tomorrow at lunch in the Little Theater. We have a lot to discuss, so don't be late! If you can't make the meeting, please check in with Ms. Shupe as soon as possible. (March 19)

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Attention all ASL Club Members: There will be a mandatory ASL Club meeting this Wednesday, tomorrow, during lunch to take another club picture. Please wear your ASL t-shirts. (March 20)

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Anyone interested in playing football next Fall there will be a meeting at lunch in the Little Theater this Thursday. Summer calendar and camp will be discussed. Please attend if you are interested in playing football next year. (March 21)

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Image Factory will be selling Guido's at lunch. (March 22)

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Are you going somewhere exciting over spring break or staying home to have fun with friends? Either way, Yearbook wants your photos! Email them to Mr. Berry by April 5. (April 5)

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[hold for each Friday] The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in room 208. Anyone is welcome!

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[hold for March 20] There is an NHS meeting today at lunch in the Little Theater. Bring your lunch and don't be late!

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[hold for March 20] Mandatory Youth Gov. meeting with Townsley Friday during lunch

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[hold for March 20] Idaho State University here Thursday at 10:30 sign-up with Townsley.

 

MONDAY 3/18

Anyone interested in playing football next Fall there will be a meeting at lunch in the Little Theater this Thursday. Summer calendar and camp will be discussed. Please attend if you are interested in playing football next year. (March 21)

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The Snow Team Banquet is tonight at 7:00 pm in the social center. It is a potluck. Seniors and juniors bring a pizza, freshmen and sophomores bring a salad or side. Come for food, fun, and awards!

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Image Factory will be selling Guido's at lunch. (March 22)

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There will be an NHS member meeting Wednesday at lunch in the Little Theater. We have a lot to discuss, so don't be late! If you can't make the meeting, please check in with Ms. Shupe as soon as possible. (March 19)

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Are you going somewhere exciting over spring break or staying home to have fun with friends? Either way, Yearbook wants your photos! Email them to Mr. Berry by April 5. (April 5)

 

FRIDAY 3/15

Dutch Bros here today get a scrumptious drink and help support Mtn. Bike Club. (March 15) ++++

The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in room 208. Anyone is welcome! ++++

Snow Team is having our end of season awards banquet on Monday at 7:00 pm in the social center. It is a potluck dinner. Juniors and Seniors please bring pizza. Freshman and Sophomores bring a salad or side dish. Drinks and cake provide. Monday at 7:00. Be there! (March 15) ++++

There will be an NHS member meeting Wednesday at lunch in the Little Theater. We have a lot to discuss, so don't be late! If you can't make the meeting, please check in with Ms. Shupe as soon as possible. (March 19) ++++

Are you going somewhere exciting over spring break or staying home to have fun with friends? Either way, Yearbook wants your photos! Email them to Mr. Berry by April 5. (April 5) ++++

Tryouts for the Sweet Liberty Dance Team are right around the corner. If you are interested in trying out for this amazing team, please pick up a packet in the office. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Linzy in room 115 at lunch! (March 15) ++++

There is still time to sign-up for AP exams or still time to drop an AP exam. See Townsley or Mrs. Everett today. (March 15) ++++

Do you like to write? Do you enjoy helping others? The Patriot Writing Center needs you! We would love to add new consultants to our team! If you are interested in serving as a writing consultant, please see Mrs. McWilliams in room 208 or Ms. Shupe in room 206 for more information. (March 15) ++++

Come see Image Factory's spring show, Agatha Christie's thrilling murder mystery, The Hollow! Set in 1950s England, an unhappy game of romance explodes into murder at the Angkatel home. Nearly everyone has a motive, but only one of them did the deed. Come find out who later this week. Shows continue tonight and conclude tomorrow at 7pm in the Little Theater. Don't miss it!

 

 

THURSDAY 3/14

Snow Team is having our end of season awards banquet on Monday at 7:00 pm in the social center. It is a potluck dinner. Juniors and Seniors please bring pizza. Freshman and Sophomores bring a salad or side dish. Drinks and cake provide. Monday at 7:00. Be there! (March 15) ++++

Are you going somewhere exciting over spring break or staying home to have fun with friends? Either way, Yearbook wants your photos! Email them to Mr. Berry by April 5. (April 5) ++++

Tryouts for the Sweet Liberty Dance Team are right around the corner. If you are interested in trying out for this amazing team, please pick up a packet in the office. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Linzy in room 115 at lunch! (March 15) ++++

Dutch Bros here tomorrow get a scrumptious drink and help support Mtn. Bike Club. (March 15) ++++

There is still time to sign-up for AP exams or still time to drop an AP exam. See Townsley or Mrs. Everett before tomorrow. (March 15) ++++

Do you like to write? Do you enjoy helping others? The Patriot Writing Center needs you! We would love to add new consultants to our team! If you are interested in serving as a writing consultant, please see Mrs. McWilliams in room 208 or Ms. Shupe in room 206 for more information. (March 15) ++++

Come see Image Factory's spring show, Agatha Christie's thrilling murder mystery, The Hollow! Set in 1950s England, an unhappy game of romance explodes into murder at the Angkatel home. Nearly everyone has a motive, but only one of them did the deed. Come find out who later this week. Shows continue tonight through Saturday at 7pm in the Little Theater. Don't miss it!

 

WEDNESDAY 3/13

The library is closed today at lunch. It will be open period 3B for EL students and online learners, but no one else. Please plan accordingly.

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Girls State Applications are due to Townsley today

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Dutch Bros here on Friday get a scrumptious drink and help support Mtn. Bike Club. (March 15)

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There is still time to sign-up for AP exams or still time to drop an AP exam. See Townsley or Mrs. Everett before March 15th. (March 15)

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All FCCLA members meeting during lunch today in Room 102, if you are thinking of becoming a chapter officer, come pick up an application. (March 13)

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Do you like to write? Do you enjoy helping others? The Patriot Writing Center needs you! We would love to add new consultants to our team! If you are interested in serving as a writing consultant, please see Mrs. McWilliams in room 208 or Ms. Shupe in room 206 for more information. (March 15)

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Come see Image Factory's spring show, Agatha Christie's thrilling murder mystery, The Hollow! Set in 1950s England, an unhappy game of romance explodes into murder at the Angkatel home. Nearly everyone has a motive, but only one of them did the deed. Come find out who later this week. Shows continue this Thursday through Saturday at 7pm in the Little Theater. Don't miss it!

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[hold for each Friday] The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in room 208. Anyone is welcome!

 

TUESDAY 3/12

This past Friday and Saturday the Centennial Speech and Debate team competed at the 2019 IHSAA State Debate tournament held at Century High School in Pocatello, ID. Senior Lincoln Douglas debater Avalyn Hine led the way with a perfect 5-0 finish in prelims (including a victory over the eventual state champion)! Avalyn was the 1st seed out of over 40 debaters heading into elimination debates. Avalyn was victorious in octo-finals and quarter-finals and lost a very close 2-1 decision to the state champion in semi-finals. Up next for the Patriots is the District III Speech tournament on April 6th at Skyview High School! ++++

All FCCLA members meeting during lunch tomorrow in Room 102, if you are thinking of becoming a chapter officer, come pick up an application. (March 13) ++++

Do you like to write? Do you enjoy helping others? The Patriot Writing Center needs you! We would love to add new consultants to our team! If you are interested in serving as a writing consultant, please see Mrs. McWilliams in room 208 or Ms. Shupe in room 206 for more information. (March 15) ++++

Come see Image Factory's spring show, Agatha Christie's thrilling murder mystery, The Hollow! Set in 1950s England, an unhappy game of romance explodes into murder at the Angkatel home. Nearly everyone has a motive, but only one of them did the deed. Come find out who later this week. Shows continue this Thursday through Saturday at 7pm in the Little Theater. Don't miss it!

++++ Please go to the home page for today’s KCTV.

 

FRIDAY 3/8

All students interested in playing football there is a mandatory (if you are not in a spring sport) meeting at 3pm this Monday 3/11 in the Little Theater. Tell your friends at get to this meeting. ++++

For any girls interested in playing volleyball during this next upcoming season please come to a very important informational meeting today in Coach Ward's room, room 118 at lunch. (March 8) ++++

The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in room 208. Anyone is welcome! ++++

Attention ASL Students: There will be an ASL lunch chat today at 11:00 in room 106. This counts as one Deaf event or for extra credit. (update daily) ++++

Guidos pizza next week is being sold by German Club today. It's only $2.50 a slice so dig through those couch cushions and come enjoy some Guidos. (March 8) ++++

The annual Centennial’s Got Talent Show is this Monday, March 11th, at 7:00 pm in the CPAC. Tickets are $4. Come support your friends as they battle to be the best! ++++

Do you like to write? Do you enjoy helping others? The Patriot Writing Center needs you! We would love to add new consultants to our team! If you are interested in serving as a writing consultant, please see Mrs. McWilliams in room 208 or Ms. Shupe in room 206 for more information. (March 15) ++++

Come see Image Factory's spring show, Agatha Christie's thrilling murder mystery, The Hollow! Set in 1950s England, an unhappy game of romance explodes into murder at the Angkatel home. Nearly everyone has a motive, but only one of them did the deed. Come find out who on tonight. Shows continue through the Saturday and then next week on the 14th-16th at 7pm in the Little Theater. Don't miss it! ++++

Remember to move your clocks ahead this Sunday morning for Daylight Savings Time.

 

THURSDAY 3/7

Cosplay Club will be meeting today at lunch in room 208. Everyone is welcome! ++++

The annual Centennial’s Got Talent Show is this Monday, March 11th, at 7:00 pm in the CPAC. Tickets are $4. Come support your friends as they battle to be the best! ++++

Do you like to write? Do you enjoy helping others? The Patriot Writing Center needs you! We would love to add new consultants to our team! If you are interested in serving as a writing consultant, please see Mrs. McWilliams in room 208 or Ms. Shupe in room 206 for more information. (March 15) ++++

Come see Image Factory's spring show, Agatha Christie's thrilling murder mystery, The Hollow! Set in 1950s England, an unhappy game of romance explodes into murder at the Angkatel home. Nearly everyone has a motive, but only one of them did the deed. Come find out who on tonight. Shows continue through the Saturday and then next week on the 14th-16th at 7pm in the Little Theater. Don't miss it! ++++

For students interested in the 4th session of Drivers Education, the Registration deadline is this Thursday March 7th. To register, go to the District Web page, under the Parent/Student Tab and follow the directions. Student that are placed will be notified via email on After Friday, March 8. If you have any question, you can email those to driversed@westada.org ++++

Attention ASL Students: There will be an ASL lunch chat tomorrow at 11:00 in room 106. This counts as one Deaf event or for extra credit. (update daily) ++++

German Club is having their March meeting today. If you are enrolled in German, come throw coins at a leprechaun. (March 7) +++++

Guidos pizza next week is being sold by German Club today and tomorrow. It's only $2.50 a slice so dig through those couch cushions and come enjoy some Guidos. (March 8) ++++

For any girls interested in playing volleyball during this next upcoming season please come to a very important informational meeting tomorrow in Coach Ward's room, room 118 at lunch. (March 8)

 

 

WEDNESDAY 3/6

FCCLA Officers - meeting in room 102 at lunch TODAY! ++++

Attention all current NHS members! There is a meeting for all interested in helping with the Make-aWish campaign TODAY at lunch in Ms. Shupe's room. We need as many members as possible to be involved. Bring your lunch and your creative ideas! ++++

Do you like to write? Do you enjoy helping others? The Patriot Writing Center needs you! We would love to add new consultants to our team! If you are interested in serving as a writing consultant, please see Mrs. McWilliams in room 208 or Ms. Shupe in room 206 for more information. (March 15) ++++

Come see Image Factory's spring show, Agatha Christie's thrilling murder mystery, The Hollow! Set in 1950s England, an unhappy game of romance explodes into murder at the Angkatel home. Nearly everyone has a motive, but only one of them did the deed. Come find out who on tonight. Shows continue through the Saturday and then next week on the 14th-16th at 7pm in the Little Theater. Don't miss it! ++++

For students interested in the 4th session of Drivers Education, the Registration deadline is this Thursday March 7th. To register, go to the District Web page, under the Parent/Student Tab and follow the directions. Student that are placed will be notified via email on After Friday, March 8. If you have any question, you can email those to driversed@westada.org ++++

There will be an ASL Club meeting today in room 106 from 11:10 - 11:40. Come on down and have some fun! (March 6) ++++

Attention ASL Students: There will be an ASL lunch chat Friday, March 8th at 11:00 in room 106. This counts as one Deaf event or for extra credit. (update daily) ++++

German Club is having their March meeting tomorrow. If you are enrolled in German, come throw coins at a leprechaun. (March 7) +++++

Guidos pizza next week is being sold by German Club today and Friday next week. It's only $2.50 a slice so dig through those couch cushions and come enjoy some Guidos. (March 8) ++++

For any girls interested in playing volleyball during this next upcoming season please come to a very important informational meeting on Friday in Coach Ward's room, room 118 at lunch. (March 8)

 

 

TUESDAY 3/5

Congrats to both Mock Trial teams who qualified over the weekend for the State competition next week. Both teams have been working since December towards this effort. The day's rounds awarded several best attorney and witness awards. Seniors Avalyn Hine and Puja Batchu were awarded as outstanding attorney's during the rounds and seniors Sarrah Belhadji, Dylan Johnson and CJ Colson were awarded outstanding witness awards!" ++++

Attention all current NHS members! If you signed up for a committee for our Make-a-Wish campaign or are interested in serving on a committee, please meet in Ms. Shupe's room tomorrow at lunch. It is very important that we have as many committee members as possible present at the meeting. We have a lot of work to do! ++++

Do you like to write? Do you enjoy helping others? The Patriot Writing Center needs you! We would love to add new consultants to our team! If you are interested in serving as a writing consultant, please see Mrs. McWilliams in room 208 or Ms. Shupe in room 206 for more information. (March 15) ++++

Come see Image Factory's spring show, Agatha Christie's thrilling murder mystery, The Hollow! Set in 1950s England, an unhappy game of romance explodes into murder at the Angkatel home. Nearly everyone has a motive, but only one of them did the deed. Come find out who on March 6th-9th and 14th-16th at 7pm in the Little Theater. Don't miss it! ++++

For students interested in the 4th session of Drivers Education, the Registration deadline is this Thursday March 7th. To register, go to the District Web page, under the Parent/Student Tab and follow the directions. Student that are placed will be notified via email on After Friday, March 8. If you have any question, you can email those to driversed@westada.org ++++

There will be an ASL Club meeting this Wednesday, March 6th in room 106 from 11:10 - 11:40. Come on down and have some fun! (March 6) ++++

Attention ASL Students: There will be an ASL lunch chat Friday, March 8th at 11:00 in room 106. This counts as one Deaf event or for extra credit. (update daily) ++++

Listen up Class of 2021 a new option is available to you in the Social Studies department next year. Ms. DiGrazia will be teaching Hist 112 also known as Concurrent Credit History 11 through CWI next year. You now will have two options for college credit. Ms. DiGrazia will continue to offer AP US History as well. Please check with your desired college or university to see what is required and what can be transferred. Both classes are college rigor and will need more time, effort and energy than a regular course, so choose wisely. Also, please feel free to stop by room 214 to consult her on what is your best option for next year. (March 5) ++++

German Club is having their March meeting Thursday. If you are enrolled in German, come throw coins at a leprechaun. (March 7) +++++ Guidos pizza next week is being sold by German Club today, tomorrow, Wednesday and Friday next week. It's only $2.50 a slice so dig through those couch cushions and come enjoy some Guidos starting Monday! (March 8) ++++

March HOSA future health care professionals meeting is today in Mr Taylor's rm 111, @ 11am? Attendance is critical for on-line testing schedules and round one preparation. ++++

For any girls interested in playing volleyball during this next upcoming season please come to a very important informational meeting on March 8th in Coach Ward's room, room 118 at lunch. (March 8) ++++

 

MONDAY 3/4

Come see Image Factory's spring show, Agatha Christie's thrilling murder mystery, The Hollow! Set in 1950s England, an unhappy game of romance explodes into murder at the Angkatel home. Nearly everyone has a motive, but only one of them did the deed. Come find out who on March 6th-9th and 14th-16th at 7pm in the Little Theater. Don't miss it! ++++

For students interested in the 4th session of Drivers Education, the Registration deadline is this Thursday March 7th. To register, go to the District Web page, under the Parent/Student Tab and follow the directions. Student that are placed will be notified via email on After Friday, March 8. If you have any question, you can email those to driversed@westada.org ++++

Attention ASL Students: There will be an ASL lunch chat Friday, March 8th at 11:00 in room 106. This counts as one Deaf event or for extra credit. (update daily) ++++

Listen up Class of 2021 a new option is available to you in the Social Studies department next year. Ms. DiGrazia will be teaching Hist 112 also known as Concurrent Credit History 11 through CWI next year. You now will have two options for college credit. Ms. DiGrazia will continue to offer AP US History as well. Please check with your desired college or university to see what is required and what can be transferred. Both classes are college rigor and will need more time, effort and energy than a regular course, so choose wisely. Also, please feel free to stop by room 214 to consult her on what is your best option for next year. (March 5) ++++

German Club is having their March meeting Thursday. If you are enrolled in German, come throw coins at a leprechaun. (March 7) +++++

Guidos pizza next week is being sold by German Club today, tomorrow, Wednesday and Friday next week. It's only $2.50 a slice so dig through those couch cushions and come enjoy some Guidos starting Monday! (March 8) ++++

March HOSA future health care professionals meeting will be tomorrow in Mr Taylor's rm 111, @ 11am? Attendance is critical for on-line testing schedules and round one preparation. ++++

For any girls interested in playing volleyball during this next upcoming season please come to a very important informational meeting on March 8th in Coach Ward's room, room 118 at lunch. (March 8)

 

THURSDAY 2/28

University of Idaho is here today sign-up with Townsley. (Feb. 28) ++++

FCCLA members - are you going to State or Nationals? Want to help raise some serious cash to pay for the trip or help others who are going? Come see Mrs. Bergland in room 102 today during lunch - bring your lunch and win some prizes. (Feb. 28) ++++

Listen up Class of 2021 a new option is available to you in the Social Studies department next year. Ms. DiGrazia will be teaching Hist 112 also known as Concurrent Credit History 11 through CWI next year. You now will have two options for college credit. Ms. DiGrazia will continue to offer AP US History as well. Please check with your desired college or university to see what is required and what can be transferred. Both classes are college rigor and will need more time, effort and energy than a regular course, so choose wisely. Also, please feel free to stop by room 214 to consult her on what is your best option for next year. (March 5) ++++

Attention ASL Students: There will be two ASL Lunch Chats, one today, and one tomorrow from 11:00 - 11:30 in room 106. This counts as one Deaf event or for extra credit. See you there! (update through March 1) ++++

German Club is having their March meeting Thursday, March 7. If you are enrolled in German, come throw coins at a leprechaun. (March 7) +++++

Bowling team will be having their team pictures tomorrow at lunch in the gym. Wear your team shirt and bring your smile. (Feb. 28) ++++

Guidos pizza next week is being sold by German Club Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday next week. It's only $2.50 a slice so dig through those couch cushions and come enjoy some Guidos starting Monday! (March 8) ++++

French Club will meet at 11:00 tomorrow in Room 112. We will be learning more about the needs of refugees and we will begin an amazing service project that will help them. Please come! (March 1) ++++

March HOSA future health care professionals meeting will be on Tuesday, 03/05/19, Mr Taylor's rm 111, @ 11am? Attendance is critical for on-line testing schedules and round one preparation. ++++

Attention all SENIOR BOYS: The Mr. CHS pageant is coming up and we want YOU to participate! Upon your participation, you will receive food and awards. The pageant is on April 3rd at 7 in the CPAC. Please sign up by March 1st. Signups are in the office. If you have any questions, go to the office or contact Paige Ashcraft (March 1) ++++

Seniors!! If you have any pictures or videos of you and your friends or any highlights from this year, please email them to cen10patriots@gmail.com by next Wednesday so they can be in the senior video! ++++

Any student interested in being the Advanced Stagecraft or Costume Design Classes needs to sign up for an interview slot posted outside room 237. If you have questions, see Mrs. Burt. ++++

Any student interested in auditioning for the Musical Theatre Class will need to sign up for an audition slot posted outside room 237. If you have questions, see Mrs. Burt. ++++

The all school musical James and the Giant Peach continues until Saturday. The cost is $7.00 for students and seniors, $8.00 for adults. (March 1) ++++

Seniors if you were accepted to Lewis Clark stop by the counselors office and ask about a scholarship opportunity. The deadline is March 1st. (Feb. 28

 

WEDNESDAY 2/27

University of Idaho is here on Thursday sign-up with Townsley. (Feb. 28) ++++

Listen up Class of 2021 a new option is available to you in the Social Studies department next year. Ms. DiGrazia will be teaching Hist 112 also known as Concurrent Credit History 11 through CWI next year. You now will have two options for college credit. Ms. DiGrazia will continue to offer AP US History as well. Please check with your desired college or university to see what is required and what can be transferred. Both classes are college rigor and will need more time, effort and energy than a regular course, so choose wisely. Also, please feel free to stop by room 214 to consult her on what is your best option for next year. (March 5) ++++

Attention ASL Students: There will be two ASL Lunch Chats, tomorrow the 28th and Friday March 1st from 11:00 - 11:30 in room 106. This counts as one Deaf event or for extra credit. See you there! (update through March 1) ++++

German Club is having their March meeting Thursday, March 7. If you are enrolled in German, come throw coins at a leprechaun. (March 7) +++++

Bowling team will be having their team pictures Friday, March 1 at lunch in the gym. Wear your team shirt and bring your smile. (Feb. 28) ++++

Guidos pizza next week is being sold by German Club Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday next week. It's only $2.50 a slice so dig through those couch cushions and come enjoy some Guidos starting Monday! March 8) ++++

French Club will meet at 11:00 on Friday in Room 112. We will be learning more about the needs of refugees and we will begin an amazing service project that will help them. Please come! (March 1) ++++

March HOSA future health care professionals meeting will be on Tuesday, 03/05/19, Mr Taylor's rm 111, @ 11am? Attendance is critical for on-line testing schedules and round one preparation. ++++

Attention all SENIOR BOYS: The Mr. CHS pageant is coming up and we want YOU to participate! Upon your participation, you will receive food and awards. The pageant is on April 3rd at 7 in the CPAC. Please sign up by March 1st. Signups are in the office. If you have any questions, go to the office or contact Paige Ashcraft (March 1)

++++ Seniors!! If you have any pictures or videos of you and your friends or any highlights from this year, please email them to cen10patriots@gmail.com by next Wednesday so they can be in the senior video! ++++

FCCLA members - are you going to State or Nationals? Want to help raise some serious cash to pay for the trip or help others who are going? Come see Mrs. Bergland in room 102 tomorrow during lunch - bring your lunch and win some prizes. (Feb. 28) ++++

Any student interested in being the Advanced Stagecraft or Costume Design Classes needs to sign up for an interview slot posted outside room 237. If you have questions, see Mrs. Burt. ++++

Any student interested in auditioning for the Musical Theatre Class will need to sign up for an audition slot posted outside room 237. If you have questions, see Mrs. Burt. ++++

The all school musical James and the Giant Peach continues until Saturday. The cost is $7.00 for students and seniors, $8.00 for adults. (March 1)

 

TUESDAY 2/26

This past Saturday the Centennial Speech and Debate team competed at the 2019 District III debate tournament at Kuna High School. After a long day of debating, the Patriots ended the tournament with a 17-13 record! Senior Lincoln Douglas debater Avalyn Hine led the way with a perfect 6-0 record and is the 2019 district III Lincoln Douglas debate champion! Senior Policy debaters Dylan Johnson and J.J. Nugent finished the day with a 4-2 record and our the 2nd alternates to the state debate tournament. Senior Lincoln Douglas debater Cora Lytle finished with a 3-3 record, and freshmen Disha Math, Samay Math, and Reese Haley also finished the day with multiple wins. Up next is the IHSAA State Debate tournament at Century High School in Pocatello, ID on March 8-9th! Go Patriots! ++++

Listen up Class of 2021 a new option is available to you in the Social Studies department next year. Ms. DiGrazia will be teaching Hist 112 also known as Concurrent Credit History 11 through CWI next year. You now will have two options for college credit. Ms. DiGrazia will continue to offer AP US History as well. Please check with your desired college or university to see what is required and what can be transferred. Both classes are college rigor and will need more time, effort and energy than a regular course, so choose wisely. Also, please feel free to stop by room 214 to consult her on what is your best option for next year. (March 5)

++++ Attention ASL Students: There will be two ASL Lunch Chats this Thursday February 28th and Friday March 1st from 11:00 - 11:30 in room 106. This counts as one Deaf event or for extra credit. See you there! (update through March 1)

++++ Wahooz here at lunch today in the hall by drinking fountain. Learn about job opportunities.

++++ Informational Boys State meeting for junior boys Wednesday see Townsley today.

++++ Attention all SENIOR BOYS: The Mr. CHS pageant is coming up and we want YOU to participate! Upon your participation, you will receive food and awards. The pageant is on April 3rd at 7 in the CPAC. Please sign up by March 1st. Signups are in the office. If you have any questions, go to the office or contact Paige Ashcraft (March 1)

++++ Seniors!! If you have any pictures or videos of you and your friends or any highlights from this year, please email them to cen10patriots@gmail.com by next Wednesday so they can be in the senior video!

++++ FCCLA members - are you going to State or Nationals? Want to help raise some serious cash to pay for the trip or help others who are going? Come see Mrs. Bergland in room 102 on Thursday, February 28 during lunch - bring your lunch and win some prizes. (Feb. 28)

++++ Any student interested in being the Advanced Stagecraft or Costume Design Classes needs to sign up for an interview slot posted outside room 237. If you have questions, see Mrs. Burt.

++++ Any student interested in auditioning for the Musical Theatre Class will need to sign up for an audition slot posted outside room 237. If you have questions, see Mrs. Burt.

++++ Ultimate Frisbee! Anyone - boys and girls, interested in ultimate frisbee, join us for a lunch meeting today in rm 232. We need players! (Feb. 26)

++++ The all school musical James and the Giant Peach continues until Saturday. The cost is $7.00 for students and seniors, $8.00 for adults. (March 1)

++++ Seniors if you were accepted to Lewis Clark stop by the counselors office and ask about a scholarship opportunity. The deadline is March 1st. (Feb. 28)

 

MONDAY 2/25

Congratulations to our awesome wrestling team for winning the 5A District Championship last week and then bringing home 3rd place from the State Championship in Pocatello over the weekend. State placers Tyler Pendleton, Trent Tucker, Diego Sakiyama Nava, Jett Nelson and State finalists Ryan Wilson, Gable Watson and Eli Fisher led the way for the Patriots who ended their very successful winning season in style. ++++

Once again Congratulations to the Snow Team who took 1st place at the Dotty Clark Championship last Thursday. We had 71 participants, with many of those competing in 2 or 3 events. We took home 28 individual medals. We also had 8 racers receive the Iron Man award for competing in all 3 categories: Slalom, Freestyle, and Nordic. All Dotty racers come to a celebration at lunch today in room 222, for treats and complete race results. ++++

Congratulations to our CHS Varsity Cheer Team! They did very well at Districts this past weekend! They will be taking ALL THREE of their routines to the Cheer State Championships on March 16th! Congratulations CHS Cheer! Way to Represent! ++++

Attention ALL Golfers- there will be a mandatory meeting in room 215 after school today. Do not go to Shadow Valley. ++++

Seniors!! If you have any pictures or videos of you and your friends or any highlights from this year, please email them to cen10patriots@gmail.com by next Wednesday so they can be in the senior video! ++++

FCCLA members - are you going to State or Nationals? Want to help raise some serious cash to pay for the trip or help others who are going? Come see Mrs. Bergland in room 102 on Thursday, February 28 during lunch - bring your lunch and win some prizes. ++++

Any student interested in being the Advanced Stagecraft or Costume Design Classes needs to sign up for an interview slot posted outside room 237. If you have questions, see Mrs. Burt. ++++

Any student interested in auditioning for the Musical Theatre Class will need to sign up for an audition slot posted outside room 237. If you have questions, see Mrs. Burt. Seniors: A list is posted by the bookkeeping window for those seniors who have not paid for their cap and gown. Please check the list, thank you. ++++

Ultimate Frisbee! Anyone - boys and girls, interested in ultimate frisbee, join us for a lunch meeting Tuesday the 26th in rm 232. We need players! (Feb. 26) ++++

The all school musical James and the Giant Peach continues through next week. The cost is $7.00 for students and seniors, $8.00 for adults. (March 1) ++++

Seniors if you were accepted to Lewis Clark stop by the counselors office and ask about a scholarship opportunity. The deadline is March 1st. (Feb. 28)

 

FRIDAY 2/22

Seniors: A list is posted by the bookkeeping window for those seniors who have not paid for their cap and gown. Please check the list, thank you. ++++

It’s National FFA Week! Did you know that over 200 students in the West Ada School District are in FFA? And that there are over 5,000 students in Idaho that have joined FFA? Or that over 650,000 students are in FFA across the nation? FFA offers the chance to learn about all aspects of agriculture and the opportunity to develop valuable leadership skills. ++++

Congratulations to the Snow Team who won the Dotty Clark championship yesterday at Bogus Basin. Our skiers, snowboarders, freestylers, and our Nordic team all had a great day winning many individual medals. Way to go snow team! ++++

Track athletes: TODAY IS THE DAY! Yes, its snowy outside, but today is the first day of track practice. Track athletes should be dressed and ready for practice at 3:05. We will meet in the little theater at 3:05. We will practice after we meet. It is important to attend today's practice so you can compete in the first meet 2 weeks from today against Capital. If you haven't signed up yet, you still can. See Coach Segraves in room 131 at lunch. ++++

Ultimate Frisbee! Anyone - boys and girls, interested in ultimate frisbee, join us for a lunch meeting Tuesday the 26th in rm 232. We need players! (Feb. 26) ++++

The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in room 208. Anyone is welcome! ++++

The all school musical James and the Giant Peach continues through next week. The cost is $7.00 for students and seniors, $8.00 for adults. (March 1) ++++

Seniors if you were accepted to Lewis Clark stop by the counselors office and ask about a scholarship opportunity. The deadline is March 1st. (Feb. 28)

++++ There will be an ASL lunch chat today from 11:00-11:30 in room 106. This counts as a Deaf event or for extra credit. See you there! ++++

The CHS Varsity Cheer Team, the Reigning District Champions, will be competing at the D3 District Cheer Competition tomorrow! Our cheerleaders spend the better part of the year cheering on the sports of Centennial and they would really appreciate our support! The competition will be held at Meridian High School and the doors will open at 8 am with the competition will starting at 845 am. Good Luck CHS Cheer! (Feb. 22)

 

THURSDAY 2/21

FFA Members – It’s National FFA Week! Don’t forget to wear FFA gear to school tomorrow to publicize your club. Also, did you know that FFA is district-wide here in West Ada? FFA combines students from all high schools into one club – the Meridian FFA Chapter - and is advised by 13 teachers throughout the district. ++++

Since boys Lacrosse tryouts were cancelled yesterday, they will begin today at 5:15pm. ++++

Seniors if you were accepted to Lewis Clark stop by the counselors office and ask about a scholarship opportunity. The deadline is March 1st. (Feb. 28) ++++

There will be an ASL lunch chat tomorrow from 11:00-11:30 in room 106. This counts as a Deaf event or for extra credit. See you there! (update until Friday) ++++

Ultimate Frisbee. Looking for something to do? Ultimate Frisbee is a great activity! We need boys and girls! Anyone interested, please sign up outside Ms. Coddens door, rm 232. Come out to a practice - I know you will enjoy it! (Feb. 22) ++++

The CHS Varsity Cheer Team, the Reigning District Champions, will be competing at the D3 District Cheer Competition this Saturday! Our cheerleaders spend the better part of the year cheering on the sports of Centennial and they would really appreciate our support! The competition will be held at Meridian High School and the doors will open at 8 am with the competition will starting at 845 am. Good Luck CHS Cheer!

 

 

WEDNESDAY 2/20

It’s National FFA Week! Did you know that the only requirement to be in FFA is to take one agriculture class at Centennial per year? CHS offers leadership/public speaking, animal science, and plant science classes. Swing by room 113 outside of class or talk to Miss Russell or Miss Ball to find out what courses you could take next year to be in FFA! ++++

Boys Lacrosse tryouts today at 5:15 at Lowell Scott weather permitting! ++++

Centennial bowlers attended state bowling championship in twin falls Monday and Tuesday. We took a boys team and a girls team, both of which placed third. Centennial was the only school to have a boys and girls team place. Congratulations centennial!! What an amazing season!! ++++

Snow Team - Dotty Clark is tomorrow! If you did not attend the lunch meeting yesterday, please attend today for very important information. All participants plan to meet tomorrow at 7:30 am outside the CPAC by the trees with all your gear for the day. Go snow team!!There is an NHS meeting today at lunch in the Little Theater. Bring your lunch and don't be late! ++++

There will be an ASL Club meeting today from 11:10-11:40 in room 106. We'll be distributing t-shirts. ++++ There will be an ASL lunch chat this Friday from 11:00-11:30 in room 106. This counts as a Deaf event or for extra credit. See you there! (update until Friday) ++++

Ultimate Frisbee. Looking for something to do? Ultimate Frisbee is a great activity! We need boys and girls! Anyone interested, please sign up outside Ms. Coddens door, rm 232. Come out to a practice - I know you will enjoy it! (Feb. 22) ++++

The CHS Varsity Cheer Team, the Reigning District Champions, will be competing at the D3 District Cheer Competition this Saturday! Our cheerleaders spend the better part of the year cheering on the sports of Centennial and they would really appreciate our support! The competition will be held at Meridian High School and the doors will open at 8 am with the competition will starting at 845 am. Good Luck CHS Cheer! (Feb. 22) ++++

Guido's pizza for sale $2.50 today by the main stairs at lunch! Come help support the extended resource program and buy some yummy pizza. Cheese and Pepperoni will be available!! (Feb. 20) ++++ The all school musical starts tonight. This year’s production is James and the Giant Peach. The cost is $7.00 for students and seniors, $8.00 for adults.

 

TUESDAY 2/19

It’s National FFA Week! Swing by the library today at lunch to learn some facts about the club and the chance to score an agricultural snack! ++++

Congratulations to your CHS Wrestlers who won the 5A District Championship this weekend! We have 20 wrestlers traveling to the State Tournament this weekend in Pocatello! Good luck at state wrestlers! ++++

Snow team .. Dotty Clark is this Thursday. We need all qualifiers to participate. There will be meetings today and tomorrow at lunch in room 222 to disperse important information about the race. Please plan to attend one of the meetings..

++++ Track practice starts THIS FRIDAY! Athletes must be at practice every day to be eligible to run in the first meet. Make sure you have signed up, turned in paperwork and ordered your spirit pack. If you have any questions see coach Segraves in room 131.

++++ The CHS Varsity Cheer Team, the Reigning District Champions, will be competing at the D3 District Cheer Competition this Saturday, February 23rd! Our cheerleaders spend the better part of the year cheering on the sports of Centennial and they would really appreciate our support! The competition will be held at Meridian High School and the doors will open at 8 am with the competition will starting at 845 am. Good Luck CHS Cheer!

++++ There will be an NHS member meeting Wednesday at lunch in the Little Theater. We have a lot to discuss, so don't be late! If you can't make the meeting, please check in with Ms. Shupe as soon as possible.

++++ Attention sophomores and juniors! Invitations to apply for membership in NHS have been delivered. If you have a cumulative, unweighted GPA of 3.7 or higher and did not receive an invitation, please see Ms. Shupe in room 206. (Feb. 19) ++++ Guido's pizza for sale $2.50 on Wednesday 2/20 by the main stairs at lunch! Come help support the extended resource program and buy some yummy pizza. Cheese and Pepperoni will be available!! (Feb. 20) ++++

The all school musical starts tomorrow night. This year’s production is James and the Giant Peach. The cost is $7.00 for students and seniors, $8.00 for adults.

++++ Attention Tennis Players: We will be having a parent and player meeting tonight from 6:00 pm to 7:30 in the social center. The meeting will go over all the information of the season, and the tryouts that are happening on the 22nd. If you want to play tennis this season, make sure you are there! If you have any questions, contact Mr. Ward in portable A6. (Feb. 19

 

FRIDAY 2/15

We are hosting the 5A District Wrestling Championships here today and tomorrow. Come out and support your Patriot Wrestlers as they compete to qualify for the State Championships in Pocatello next weekend. All students will need to exit the building today immediately after school while we host this event. All practices and after school activities have been moved or cancelled for this event today and tomorrow. (Feb. 15)

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Snow Team - Our last Saturday race is tomorrow. Let's have a great turnout. Those that still need to qualify be sure to go!

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Student Council will be selling Valentine’s Matchups in the main hall at lunch today. Prices are $2 for each sheet.

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The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in the library, anyone is welcome!

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Seniors your payments are due for your caps and gowns today. $48.00. Please note we have a new vendor and you cannot wear an old cap and gown from a previous graduate. Please see Mr. Haener if you have questions concerning this.

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Attention sophomores and juniors! Invitations to apply for membership in NHS have

been delivered. If you have a cumulative, unweighted GPA of 3.7 or higher and did not receive an invitation, please see Ms. Shupe in room 206. (Feb. 19)

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Youth Gov. Meeting today at lunch in the CC. (Feb. 15)

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FCCLA Week continues today wear red!

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Advanced Opportunity Portal closes today to request funds for AP exams, Concurrent Credit classes and IDLA classes. This is a hard deadline which means you are out of luck if you miss it. (Feb. 15)

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Today is the deadline for Spring and late Spring IDLA funding, Turning in green AP sheet to bookkeeper, Request funding for Concurrent Credit & AP. (Feb. 15)

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Today Dutch Bros will be here at lunch. Come support Mtn. Bike Team. (Feb. 15)

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The all school musical starts February 20th. This year’s production is James and the Giant Peach. The cost is $7.00 for students and seniors, $8.00 for adults.

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Attention Tennis Players: We will be having a parent and player meeting on February 19th from 6:00 pm to 7:30 in the social center. The meeting will go over all the information of the season, and the tryouts that are happening on the 22nd. If you want to play tennis this season, make sure you are there! If you have any questions, contact Mr. Ward in portable A6. (Feb. 19)

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Please go to the home page for today’s KCTV.

 

 

THURSDAY 2/14

We are hosting the 5A District Wrestling Championships here this Friday and Saturday. Come out and support your Patriot Wrestlers as they compete to qualify for the State Championships in Pocatello next weekend. All students will need to exit the building Friday immediately after school while we host this event. All practices and after school activities have been moved or cancelled for this event Friday and Saturday. (Feb. 15)

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Seniors your payments are due for your caps and gowns tomorrow Feb. 15th. $48.00. Please note we have a new vendor and you cannot wear an old cap and gown from a previous graduate. Please see Mr. Haener if you have questions concerning this.

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Attention sophomores and juniors! Invitations to apply for membership in NHS have

been delivered. If you have a cumulative, unweighted GPA of 3.7 or higher and did not receive an invitation, please see Ms. Shupe in room 206. (Feb. 19)

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Student Council will be selling Valentine’s Matchups in the main hall at lunch today and Friday. Prices are $2 for each sheet.

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Don't forget that Valentine's Day is today. But don't worry we have you covered, buy your candy grams for .50 cents in front of room 129 before school, and at lunch today. They will be delivered to that person during 4th period on Valentine's Day. Help by brightening someone's day and buy a candy gram. (Feb. 14)

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German Club is having our February Valentine's Day meeting today at lunch. Bring your best cookie decorating ideas as there will be a contest. See you today at lunch in the German room in room 205.... you know, the one with the big castle door. (Feb. 14)

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Youth Gov. Meeting this Friday at lunch in the CC. (Feb. 15)

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FCCLA Week continues = today's message - Be A Friend - tomorrow wear red!

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Advanced Opportunity Portal closes tomorrow to request funds for AP exams, Concurrent Credit classes and IDLA classes. This is a hard deadline which means you are out of luck if you miss it. (Feb. 15)

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Tomorrow is the deadline for Spring and late Spring IDLA funding, Turning in green AP sheet to bookkeeper, Request funding for Concurrent Credit & AP. (Feb. 15)

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Tomorrow Dutch Bros will be here at lunch. Come support Mtn. Bike Team. (Feb. 15)

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Air force is in the career center at lunch Today. (Feb. 14)

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The all school musical starts February 20th. This year’s production is James and the Giant Peach. The cost is $7.00 for students and seniors, $8.00 for adults.

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Attention Tennis Players: We will be having a parent and player meeting on February 19th from 6:00 pm to 7:30 in the social center. The meeting will go over all the information of the season, and the tryouts that are happening on the 22nd. If you want to play tennis this season, make sure you are there! If you have any questions, contact Mr. Ward in portable A6. (Feb. 19

 

WEDNESDAY 2/13

If you are helping pass out milk tomorrow, Friday, or Saturday through FFA at Girls State Basketball, come to room 113 at lunch today to receive your T-shirt and instructions!

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FCCLA Week continues - today's message - be prepared Members meeting in Mrs. Bergland's room at lunch today- information about attending State Leadership Conference, treats provided. (update Feb. 14)

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This Friday is the DEADLINE for many Idaho colleges. Make sure they have your transcript, test scores and completed application!

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Advanced Opportunity Portal closes Feb. 15th to request funds for AP exams, Concurrent Credit classes and IDLA classes. This is a hard deadline which means you are out of luck if you miss it. (Feb. 15)

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This Friday is the deadline for Spring and late Spring IDLA funding, Turning in green AP sheet to bookkeeper, Request funding for Concurrent Credit & AP. (Feb. 15)

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This Friday Dutch Bros will be here at lunch. Come support Mtn. Bike Team. (Feb. 15)

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Air force is in the career center at lunch on Thursday. (Feb. 14)

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Attention sophomores and juniors! Invitations to apply for membership in National Honor Society are being delivered to your classrooms. If you have a cumulative, unweighted GPA of 3.7 or higher and do not receive an invitation by the end of today, please see Ms. Shupe in room 206. (Feb. 13)

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Key Club is selling Valentine’s Day carnations in the main hall at lunch today. Carnations will be delivered during 4th period tomorrow. Don’t miss a chance to show that special someone you care! (Feb. 13)

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Don't forget that Valentine's Day in tomorrow. But don't worry we have you covered, buy your candy grams for .50 cents in front of room 129 before school, at lunch, and after school on today and tomorrow. They will be delivered to that person during 4th period on Valentine's Day. Help by brightening someone's day and buy a candy gram. (Feb. 14)

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German Club is having our February Valentine's Day meeting tomorrow at lunch. Bring your best cookie decorating ideas as there will be a contest. See you tomorrow at lunch in the German room in room 205.... you know, the one with the big castle door. (Feb. 14)

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The all school musical starts February 20th. This year’s production is James and the Giant Peach. The cost is $7.00 for students and seniors, $8.00 for adults.

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Attention Tennis Players: We will be having a parent and player meeting on February 19th from 6:00 pm to 7:30 in the social center. The meeting will go over all the information of the season, and the tryouts that are happening on the 22nd. If you want to play tennis this season, make sure you are there! If you have any questions, contact Mr. Ward in portable A6. (Feb. 19)

 

 

TUESDAY 2/12

Any boy or girl interested in Girls State or Boys State and who did not sign-up during history class - see Townsley today

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Attention sophomores and juniors! Invitations to apply for membership in National Honor Society are being delivered to your classrooms over the next two days. If you have a cumulative, unweighted GPA of 3.7 or higher and do not receive an invitation by the end of the day on Wednesday February 13th, please see Ms. Shupe in room 206. (Feb. 13)

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Key Club is selling Valentine’s Day carnations in the main hall at lunch today and tomorrow ONLY. Carnations will be delivered during 4th period Thursday. Don’t miss a chance to show that special someone you care! (Feb. 13)

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Don't forget that Valentine's Day in on Thursday February 14th. But don't worry we have you covered, buy your candy grams for .50 cents in front of room 129 before school, at lunch, and after school on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. They will be delivered to that person during 4th period on Valentin's Day. Help by brightening someone's day and buy a candy gram. (Feb. 14)

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German Club is having our February Valentine's Day meeting Thursday at lunch. Bring your best cookie decorating ideas as there will be a contest. See you Thursday at lunch in the German room in room 205.... you know, the one with the big castle door. (Feb. 14)

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The all school musical starts February 20th. This year’s production is James and the Giant Peach. The cost is $7.00 for students and seniors, $8.00 for adults.

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Attention Tennis Players: We will be having a parent and player meeting on February 19th from 6:00 pm to 7:30 in the social center. The meeting will go over all the information of the season, and the tryouts that are happening on the 22nd. If you want to play tennis this season, make sure you are there! If you have any questions, contact Mr. Ward in portable A6. (Feb. 19)

 

MONDAY 2/11

Congratulations to all the FCCLA members who competed at District STAR Events last Friday. Centennial will be well represented at State in April. Today begins FCCLA. Today’s theme is “Be Spirited”

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Congratulations to FFA member Lily Nicholes for placing 2nd in the Boise Valley District Creed Speaking competition last Wednesday at Columbia High School. Way to represent Centennial, Lily!

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FCA is meeting today in Redinger's room, room 110. Bring your lunch, bring a friend, and come hang out with us! Meeting dates are posted on Redinger's door if you want more information. Can’t wait to see you there!

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There is a snow team meeting today at lunch in room 222. Dotty Clark is just 12 days away. Please come pick up your permission forms and return them this week. If you raced on Saturday, you must come check your race results! We need you all to qualify to defend our title!

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Come see Acting 2's Spring Museum Showcase! This is a live interactive museum of historical figures that you activate and experience at your own pace. Come check it out in the CPAC tonight at seven. Admission is free! (Feb. 11)

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Advanced Opportunity Portal closes Feb. 15th to request funds for AP exams, Concurrent Credit classes and IDLA classes. This is a hard deadline which means you are out of luck if you miss it. (Feb. 15, not Feb. 12)

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Attention Tennis Players: We will be having a parent and player meeting on February 19th from 6:00 pm to 7:30 in the social center. The meeting will go over all the information of the season, and the tryouts that are happening on the 22nd. If you want to play tennis this season, make sure you are there! If you have any questions, contact Mr. Ward in portable A6. (Feb. 19

 

FRIDAY 2/8

Today, February 8th is the last day for TSA members to pay for membership and for competition. Please see the bookkeeper.

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Advance Opportunity Portal deadline for creating an account is today see Townsley for help. (Feb. 8)

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Interested in joining FFA this spring semester? Already a FFA member? Swing by room 113 at lunch today to find out how to join, and what's happening in FFA during the month of February!" (Feb. 8)

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Snow Team - Race # 5 is tomorrow with lots of new, fresh snow! If you do not have at least 2 races in, please race tomorrow so you can qualify for Dotty Clark!

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The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in the library, anyone is welcome!

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Come see Acting 2's Spring Museum Showcase! This is a live interactive museum of historical figures that you activate and experience at your own pace. Come check it out in the CPAC on Monday, February 11th at 7pm. Admission is free! (Feb. 11)

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Students: Do you owe the school money? Trips, Speech and Debate, Pay to play, library fines, missing books, sports equipment, concussion tests, powder puff, season sports fees. Seniors your diploma will be held and yearbook if your fines are not taken care of. Jr. Soph. Freshman, you will not receive your yearbooks unless your fines are paid. You can check with the bookkeeper or Library or go online to myschoolfees.com to see your outstanding fines. (Feb. 8)

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Our Varsity and Junior Varsity cheer teams will be attending the Treasure Valley Cheer Invitational tomorrow for their third competition of the season! CHS Cheer was awarded the title of Grand Champions two years ago, as well as Silver Champions last year! They hope to be able to take the Grand Champion title again this year! The competition will be held at Rocky Mountain High School. Doors will open at 8am and the competition will start at 830am. Good luck CHS Cheer! (Feb. 8)

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Sweethearts Ball - Once Upon a Time" sponsored by: Job's Daughters International Bethel #6 Meridian, will be tomorrow from 8-11 p.m. at High Desert Station in Star. Couples are $35/$45 at door and Singles are $20/$30 at door. Tickets can be purchased at eventbrite.com Like us on Facebook: Sweetheart's Ball. High School ID required. (Feb. 8)

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Attention Tennis Players: We will be having a parent and player meeting on February 19th from 6:00 pm to 7:30 in the social center. The meeting will go over all the information of the season, and the tryouts that are happening on the 22nd. If you want to play tennis this season make sure you are there! If you have any questions contact Mr. Ward in portable A6. (Feb. 19)

THURSDAY 2/7

Your wrestlers crushed Rocky last night 57-25. Good luck to our team as they prepare for the district championships here next week. Hope you all come out and support them.

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Attention TRACK ATHLETES: Spirit packs should be ordered by THIS SUNDAY. If you need information about how to order, see Coach Segraves in room 131. Make sure you have a current physical and IQ form on file before the first practice. If you have not signed up yet, do it today at lunch.

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Students: The office will not be excusing tardies that result from construction on Cloverdale. Please plan accordingly and expect delays on your commute to school and during lunch. (Feb. 7)

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Students: Do you owe the school money? Trips, Speech and Debate, Pay to play, library fines, missing books, sports equipment, concussion tests, powder puff, season sports fees. Seniors your diploma will be held and yearbook if your fines are not taken care of. Jr. Soph. Freshman, you will not receive your yearbooks unless your fines are paid. You can check with the bookkeeper or Library or go online to myschoolfees.com to see your outstanding fines. (Feb. 8)

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Cosplay club is cancelled for today.

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Girls Leadership Club will be hosting Mrs. Cindy Wilson, the former candidate for Idaho State Superintendent of Public Instruction tody. Mrs. Wilson, who is also a former Centennial teacher, will be here to talk about empowerment and the lessons and trials she encountered while campaigning. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in education, leadership, or politics. Join the conversation this Thursday at lunch in Room 132 Mrs. Taylor's room.

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HOSA future health care professionals will have their February meeting today at 11am, rm 111, Mr. Taylor's room. Very important final HOSA sign-ups will be discussed. (Feb. 7)

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Advance Opportunity Portal deadline for creating an account is tomorrow see Townsley for help. (Feb. 8)

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Our Varsity and Junior Varsity cheer teams will be attending the Treasure Valley Cheer Invitational this Saturday for their third competition of the season! CHS Cheer was awarded the title of Grand Champions two years ago, as well as Silver Champions last year! They hope to be able to take the Grand Champion title again this year! The competition will be held at Rocky Mountain High School. Doors will open at 8am and the competition will start at 830am. Good luck CHS Cheer! (Feb. 8)

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Sweethearts Ball - Once Upon a Time" sponsored by: Job's Daughters International Bethel #6 Meridian, will be Saturday, February 9, 2019 from 8-11 p.m. at High Desert Station in Star. Couples are $35/$45 at door and Singles are $20/$30 at door. Tickets can be purchased at eventbrite.com Like us on Facebook: Sweetheart's Ball. High School ID required. (Feb. 8)

 

 

WEDNESDAY 2/6

Students: The office will not be excusing tardies that result from construction on Cloverdale. Please plan accordingly and expect delays on your commute to school and during lunch. (Feb. 7)

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Students: Do you owe the school money? Trips, Speech and Debate, Pay to play, library fines, missing books, sports equipment, concussion tests, powder puff, season sports fees. Seniors your diploma will be held and yearbook if your fines are not taken care of. Jr. Soph. Freshman, you will not receive your yearbooks unless your fines are paid. You can check with the bookkeeper or Library or go online to myschoolfees.com to see your outstanding fines. (Feb. 8)

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Army here today at lunch. (Feb. 6)

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There is a math club meeting today. We will be playing the puzzle game SET and analyzing the math behind it; as usual, there will be treats for those who attend. Everyone is welcome to come to the meeting today at lunch!

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Attention all girls who are going to tryout for softball. Tryouts are right around the corner! There is a short mandatory informational meeting regarding tryouts and expectations. The meeting will be held at the beginning of lunch today in room 234. If you plan on trying out, you MUST attend this mandatory meeting. If you can't make it, you need to stop by Mr. McFarland's room to get the information. (Feb. 6)

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Come see Image Factory's annual Silver Screen Showcase where we spoof some of your favorite movies! This year's offerings include classics like The Mummy, Jaws, The Sandlot, Hercules and Willy Wonka as well The Hunger Games and Inside/Out. Come enjoy fast, silly versions of these blockbusters tonight at 7:00 in the Little Theater. Admission is free! (Feb. 6)

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Attention ASL Club members: Our next mandatory meeting is today from 11:10 - 11:40. We'll be planning our fundraiser for the Deaf community for March 1st. See you then.

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Girls Leadership Club will be hosting Mrs. Cindy Wilson, the former candidate for Idaho State Superintendent of Public Instruction tomorrow. Mrs. Wilson, who is also a former Centennial teacher, will be here to talk about empowerment and the lessons and trials she encountered while campaigning. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in education, leadership, or politics. Join the conversation this Thursday at lunch in Room 132 Mrs. Taylor's room.

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HOSA future health care professionals will have their February meeting tomorrow at 11am, rm 111, Mr. Taylor's room. Very important final HOSA sign-ups will be discussed. (Feb. 7)

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Our Varsity and Junior Varsity cheer teams will be attending the Treasure Valley Cheer Invitational this Saturday for their third competition of the season! CHS Cheer was awarded the title of Grand Champions two years ago, as well as Silver Champions last year! They hope to be able to take the Grand Champion title again this year! The competition will be held at Rocky Mountain High School. Doors will open at 8am and the competition will start at 830am. Good luck CHS Cheer! (Feb. 8)

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Sweethearts Ball - Once Upon a Time" sponsored by: Job's Daughters International Bethel #6 Meridian, will be Saturday, February 9, 2019 from 8-11 p.m. at High Desert Station in Star. Couples are $35/$45 at door and Singles are $20/$30 at door. Tickets can be purchased at eventbrite.com Like us on Facebook: Sweetheart's Ball. High School ID required. (Feb. 8)

 

 

MONDAY 2/4

Paul Mitchel school of Cosmetology will be here tomorrow at lunch outside CC.

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There is a snow team meeting today at lunch in room 222. Come check your race results and pick up your Dotty Clark permission forms.

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Centennial's boys Varsity and girls Varsity teams took 2nd place on Saturday at the High School District Bowling Tournament. And qualifying for State singles: Anthony Borelli, Michael Crandell, Johnny Lentz and Madilyn Stencamp for a total of 15 bowlers qualifying for state this year! Congratulations to the Centennial Bowling Club for an amazing season!

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Golf meeting tomorrow at lunch in room 215 for anyone interested in playing golf

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Baseball players planning on trying out for the 2019 Centennial Baseball team….. there will be an important mandatory baseball meeting tomorrow at lunch in room 214. Bring your lunch, information about tryouts will be presented. (Feb. 5)

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Come see Image Factory's annual Silver Screen Showcase where we spoof some of your favorite movies! This year's offerings include classics like The Mummy, Jaws, The Sandlot, Hercules and Willy Wonka as well The Hunger Games and Inside/Out. Come enjoy fast, silly versions of these blockbusters on Tues and Wed. February 5th and 6th at 7pm in the Little Theater. Admission is free! (Feb. 6)

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Attention ASL Club members: Our next mandatory meeting is Wednesday, Feb. 6th. from 11:10 - 11:40. We'll be planning our fundraiser for the Deaf community for March 1st. See you then.

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HOSA future health care professionals will have their February meeting this Thursday, February 7, 11am, rm 111, Mr. Taylor's room. Very important final HOSA sign-ups will be discussed. (Feb. 7)

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Our Varsity and Junior Varsity cheer teams will be attending the Treasure Valley Cheer Invitational this Saturday for their third competition of the season! CHS Cheer was awarded the title of Grand Champions two years ago, as well as Silver Champions last year! They hope to be able to take the Grand Champion title again this year! The competition will be held at Rocky Mountain High School. Doors will open at 8am and the competition will start at 830am. Good luck CHS Cheer! (Feb. 8)

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Sweethearts Ball - Once Upon a Time" sponsored by: Job's Daughters International Bethel #6 Meridian, will be Saturday, February 9, 2019 from 8-11 p.m. at High Desert Station in Star. Couples are $35/$45 at door and Singles are $20/$30 at door. Tickets can be purchased at eventbrite.com Like us on Facebook: Sweetheart's Ball. High School ID required. (Feb. 8)

 

FRIDAY 2/1

Your CHS wrestlers celebrated senior night last night by smashing Mtn. View 67-15. Next up is Kuna at Kuna tonight 7 p.m. and Rocky next Wednesday over there. We will host the 5A District Wrestling Championship here in our gym Feb. 15-16. Come out and support your very successful wrestling team!

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Snow Team - Race #4 is tomorrow. Make sure you get your races in, so you can qualify for Dotty Clark. Only 3 more Saturdays remain for slalom and freestyle, and only 2 more Saturdays for Nordic. Let's all race tomorrow and have a great day on the mountain!

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GOLF meeting Tuesday Feb 5th at lunch in room 215 for anyone interested in playing golf

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Baseball players planning on trying out for the 2019 Centennial Baseball team….. there will be an important mandatory baseball meeting: Tuesday at lunch in room 214. Bring your lunch, information about tryouts will be presented. (Feb. 5)

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The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in the library, anyone is welcome!

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Come see Image Factory's annual Silver Screen Showcase where we spoof some of your favorite movies! This year's offerings include classics like The Mummy, Jaws, The Sandlot, Hercules and Willy Wonka as well The Hunger Games and Inside/Out. Come enjoy fast, silly versions of these blockbusters on Tues and Wed. February 5th and 6th at 7pm in the Little Theater. Admission is free! (Feb. 6)

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Attention ASL Club members: Our next mandatory meeting is Wednesday, Feb. 6th. from 11:10 - 11:40. We'll be planning our fundraiser for the Deaf community for March 1st. See you then.

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Attention ASL Students: There will be an ASL Club meeting Wednesday, February 6th. Please pay your club fee in order to get a t-shirt. (Feb. 6)

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HOSA future health care professionals will have their February meeting this Thursday, February 7, 11am, rm 111, Mr. Taylor's room. Very important final HOSA sign-ups will be discussed. (Feb. 7)

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Sweethearts Ball - Once Upon a Time" sponsored by: Job's Daughters International Bethel #6 Meridian, will be Saturday, February 9, 2019 from 8-11 p.m. at High Desert Station in Star. Couples are $35/$45 at door and Singles are $20/$30 at door. Tickets can be purchased at eventbrite.com Like us on Facebook: Sweetheart's Ball. High School ID required. (Feb. 8)

 

 

THURSDAY 1/31

Senior night for wrestlers tonight vs. Mtn. view. Come support our team and win great prizes just for attending. 6 p.m. start time. (Jan. 31)

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Baseball players planning on trying out for the 2019 Centennial Baseball team….. there will be an important mandatory baseball meeting: Tuesday at lunch in room 214. Bring your lunch, information about tryouts will be presented. (Feb. 5)

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Girls Leadership will be having their first meeting today in Mrs. Taylor’s room: room 132. Girls Leadership is a member of Girl Up - an organization sponsored by the United Nations. Come make new friends, enjoy delicious treats, and learn about empowerment! That's this Thursday in Mrs. Taylor's room: room 132. (Jan. 31)

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Are you into Cosplay? If so, you're in luck! Centennial's newest club is the Cosplay club. The inaugural meeting is today in room 208 at lunch. Come join us! (Jan. 31)

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German club is hosting their annual Minute-to-win-it games today at lunch. If you are currently taking German, we invite you to come watch or participate in the festivities. See you Thursday at lunch in the German room. (Jan. 31)

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Sweethearts Ball - Once Upon a Time" sponsored by: Job's Daughters International Bethel #6 Meridian, will be Saturday, February 9, 2019 from 8-11 p.m. at High Desert Station in Star. Couples are $35/$45 at door and Singles are $20/$30 at door. Tickets can be purchased at eventbrite.com Like us on Facebook: Sweetheart's Ball. High School ID required. (Feb. 8)

 

WEDNESDAY 1/30

Senior night for wrestlers tomorrow night vs. Mtn. view. Come support our team and win great prizes just for attending. 6 p.m. start time. (Jan. 31)

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Tennis here at Centennial is going to start soon. If you are interested in playing this spring, there will be an informational meeting today during lunch in the little theater. Come to get information about tryouts and the program. (Jan. 30)

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Baseball players planning on trying out for the 2019 Centennial Baseball team….. there will be an important mandatory baseball meeting: Tuesday at lunch in room 214. Bring your lunch, information about tryouts will be presented. (Feb. 5)

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Girls Leadership will be having their first meeting tomorrow in Mrs. Taylors room: room 132. Girls Leadership is a member of Girl Up - an organization sponsored by the United Nations. Come make new friends, enjoy delicious treats, and learn about empowerment! That's this Thursday in Mrs. Taylor's room: room 132. (Jan. 31)

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Are you into Cosplay? If so, you're in luck! Centennial's newest club is the Cosplay club. The inaugural meeting will be tomorrow in room 208 at lunch. Come join us! (Jan. 31)

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German club is hosting their annual Minute-to-win-it games tomorrow at lunch. If you are currently taking German, we invite you to come watch or participate in the festivities. See you Thursday at lunch in the German room. (Jan. 31)

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Going to BSU and not happy with your ACT or SAT scores? BSU will be offering an exam on Feb. 2nd. Score ONLY good at BSU see Townsley for more info. (Jan. 30)

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Seniors taking a gap year why not job shadow a skilled Tech. at Micron? See Townsley for details. This is also available to any junior or senior. Knowledge is power. (Jan. 30)

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Sweethearts Ball - Once Upon a Time" sponsored by: Job's Daughters International Bethel #6 Meridian, will be Saturday, February 9, 2019 from 8-11 p.m. at High Desert Station in Star. Couples are $35/$45 at door and Singles are $20/$30 at door. Tickets can be purchased at eventbrite.com Like us on Facebook: Sweetheart's Ball. High School ID required. (Feb. 8)

 

 

TUESDAY 1/29

Please congratulate your Sweet Liberty Dance team on a great competition this past weekend at Rigby High School. They were the only 5A team to place in each division. They brought home, second in military and small dance, and third in hip hop, large dance and kick. Chloe Shelton placed third overall for the title of Miss BYDC. Great job girls!

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Tennis here at Centennial is going to start soon. If you are interested in playing this spring, there will be an informational meeting tomorrow during lunch in the little theater. Come to get information about tryouts and the program. (Jan. 30)

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Girls Leadership will be having their first meeting this Thursday Janurary 31st in Mrs. Taylors room: room 132. Girls Leadership is a member of Girl Up - an organization sponsored by the United Nations. Come make new friends, enjoy delicious treats, and learn about empowerment! That's this Thursday in Mrs. Taylor's room: room 132. (Jan. 31)

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Are you into Cosplay? If so, you're in luck! Centennial's newest club is the Cosplay club. The inaugural meeting will be this Thursday January 31st in room 208 at lunch. Come join us! (Jan. 31)

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German club is hosting their annual Minute-to-win-it games Thursday at lunch. If you are currently taking German, we invite you to come watch or participate in the festivities. See you Thursday at lunch in the German room. (Jan. 31)

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Going to BSU and not happy with your ACT or SAT scores? BSU will be offering an exam on Feb. 2nd. Score ONLY good at BSU see Townsley for more info. (Jan. 30)

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Seniors taking a gap year why not job shadow a skilled Tech. at Micron? See Townsley for details. This is also available to any junior or senior. Knowledge is power. (Jan. 30)

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Sweethearts Ball - Once Upon a Time" sponsored by: Job's Daughters International Bethel #6 Meridian, will be Saturday, February 9, 2019 from 8-11 p.m. at High Desert Station in Star. Couples are $35/$45 at door and Singles are $20/$30 at door. Tickets can be purchased at eventbrite.com Like us on Facebook: Sweetheart's Ball. High School ID required. (Feb. 8

 

MONDAY 1/28

Going to BSU and not happy with your ACT or SAT scores? BSU will be offering an exam on Feb. 2nd. Score ONLY good at BSU see Townsley for more info. (Jan. 30)

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This weekend at the Western Regional Bowling Tournament Centennial's Boys team and Girls team both qualified for state. Also qualifying for state for singles Zoey Korlowski, Reece Fielding, Anabel Sanchez, Courtney Akers, Austin Cantwell, Cooper Withers, Drake Bolander, Cooper Morey, Trent Brown, Trey Nelson and Vigo Bolander. Our Boys team took 1st place with an amazing win over Capital by 10 pins, 372 to 362!

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Congrats to the snow team for Saturdays win. There is an important meeting today at lunch in room 222. All Saturday racers need to come check your results. Also, important Dotty Clark information!

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Girls Leadership will be having their first meeting this Thursday Janurary 31st in Mrs. Taylors room: room 132. Girls Leadership is a member of Girl Up - an organization sponsored by the United Nations. Come make new friends, enjoy delicious treats, and learn about empowerment! That's this Thursday in Mrs. Taylor's room: room 132. (Jan. 31)

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Attention ASL Students: There will be an ASL lunch chat today from 11:00 - 11:30 in room 106. This counts as one Deaf event. (Jan. 28)

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Come see Musical Theatre's ensemble number showcase tonight in the Little Theatre. 7:00 P.M and FREE. (Jan. 28)

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Ultimate Frisbee! Anyone interested in playing ultimate Frisbee, boys and girls, please sign-up outside Ms. Coddens room 232. Practices will start at the HP fields on Monday, February 4th from 3pm to 5pm. We will practice Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays through February. Games TBD starting in March. Sign up on Ms. Coddens' door, or contact Coach Jorge directly at 208-559-4701 or j.chavier.iii@gmail.com

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Tennis here at Centennial is going to start soon. If you are interested in playing this spring, there will be an informational meeting Wednesday during lunch in the little theater. Come to get information about tryouts and the program. (Jan. 30)

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Interested in Aviation as a career? Sign-up with Townsley in the CC.

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Seniors taking a gap year why not job shadow a skilled Tech. at Micron? See Townsley for details. This is also available to any junior or senior. Knowledge is power

Going to BSU and not happy with your ACT or SAT scores? BSU will be offering an exam on Feb. 2nd. Score ONLY good at BSU see Townsley for more info. (Jan. 30)

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This weekend at the Western Regional Bowling Tournament Centennial's Boys team and Girls team both qualified for state. Also qualifying for state for singles Zoey Korlowski, Reece Fielding, Anabel Sanchez, Courtney Akers, Austin Cantwell, Cooper Withers, Drake Bolander, Cooper Morey, Trent Brown, Trey Nelson and Vigo Bolander. Our Boys team took 1st place with an amazing win over Capital by 10 pins, 372 to 362!

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Congrats to the snow team for Saturdays win. There is an important meeting today at lunch in room 222. All Saturday racers need to come check your results. Also, important Dotty Clark information!

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Girls Leadership will be having their first meeting this Thursday Janurary 31st in Mrs. Taylors room: room 132. Girls Leadership is a member of Girl Up - an organization sponsored by the United Nations. Come make new friends, enjoy delicious treats, and learn about empowerment! That's this Thursday in Mrs. Taylor's room: room 132. (Jan. 31)

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Attention ASL Students: There will be an ASL lunch chat today from 11:00 - 11:30 in room 106. This counts as one Deaf event. (Jan. 28)

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Come see Musical Theatre's ensemble number showcase tonight in the Little Theatre. 7:00 P.M and FREE. (Jan. 28)

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Ultimate Frisbee! Anyone interested in playing ultimate Frisbee, boys and girls, please sign-up outside Ms. Coddens room 232. Practices will start at the HP fields on Monday, February 4th from 3pm to 5pm. We will practice Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays through February. Games TBD starting in March. Sign up on Ms. Coddens' door, or contact Coach Jorge directly at 208-559-4701 or j.chavier.iii@gmail.com

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Tennis here at Centennial is going to start soon. If you are interested in playing this spring, there will be an informational meeting Wednesday during lunch in the little theater. Come to get information about tryouts and the program. (Jan. 30)

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Interested in Aviation as a career? Sign-up with Townsley in the CC.

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Seniors taking a gap year why not job shadow a skilled Tech. at Micron? See Townsley for details. This is also available to any junior or senior. Knowledge is power

 

FRIDAY 1/25

Snow Team - Race number 3 is tomorrow. It's going to be great weather and good snow conditions, so let's all race!

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Let's have a great day - go snow team!Come see Musical Theatre's ensemble number showcase Monday in the Little Theatre. 7:00 P.M and FREE. (Jan. 28)

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The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in the library, anyone is welcome!

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Students: Do you owe the school money? Trips, Speech and Debate, Pay to play, library fines, missing books, sports equipment, concussion tests, powder puff, season sports fees. Seniors your diploma will be held and yearbook if your fines are not taken care of. Jr. Soph. Freshman, you will not receive your yearbooks unless your fines are paid. You can check with the bookkeeper or Library or go online to myschoolfees.com to see your outstanding fines.

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Attention ASL Students: There will be an ASL lunch chat this Monday, January 28th from 11:00 - 11:30 in room 106. This counts as one Deaf event. (Jan. 28)

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For all those interested in playing Girls Lacrosse, there is an informational meeting today at lunch in room 232.

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Tennis here at Centennial is going to start soon. If you are interested in playing this spring, there will be an informational meeting Wednesday during lunch in the little theater. Come to get information about tryouts and the program. (Jan. 30)

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Sweetheart Dance is February 9th from 8-11p.m. at High Desert in Star. Tickets available at Eventbrite.com (Jan. 25)

 

THURSDAY 1/24

Air force at lunch today in the career center.

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Students: Do you owe the school money? Trips, Speech and Debate, Pay to play, library fines, missing books, sports equipment, concussion tests, powder puff, season sports fees. Seniors your diploma will be held and yearbook if your fines are not taken care of. Jr. Soph. Freshman, you will not receive your yearbooks unless your fines are paid. You can check with the bookkeeper or Library or go online to myschoolfees.com to see your outstanding fines.

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Attention ASL Students: There will be an ASL lunch chat this Monday, January 28th from 11:00 - 11:30 in room 106. This counts as one Deaf event. (Jan. 28)

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For all those interested in playing Girls Lacrosse, there is an informational meeting tomorrow at lunch in room 232.

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Tennis here at Centennial is going to start soon. If you are interested in playing this spring, there will be an informational meeting Wednesday during lunch in the little theater. Come to get information about tryouts and the program. (Jan. 30)

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Seniors Only: Balfour will be in the social center hall today from 11-1 to order any graduation items. (Jan. 24)

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Sweetheart Dance is February 9th from 8-11p.m. at High Desert in Star. Tickets available at Eventbrite.com (Jan. 25)

 

WEDNESDAY 1/23

New Traveling Students- If you have any questions regarding bussing see Mr. Bergland. (Jan. 23)

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Attention TRACK ATHLETES. Returning athletes who competed on the track team last year need to attend a meeting today at lunch in Coach Segraves' room. This is an important information to discuss the schedule, preseason workouts and gear for this upcoming season. RETURNING TRACK ATHLETES ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND THIS MEETING. Freshman and new athletes, be listening for announcements about how to sign up and when to pick up spirit pack info. (Jan. 23)

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For all those interested in playing Girls Lacrosse, there is a informational meeting Friday at lunch in room 232.

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Tennis here at Centennial is going to start soon. If you are interested in playing this spring, there will be an informational meeting on Wednesday January 30th during lunch in the little theater. Come to get information about tryouts and the program. (Jan. 30)

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Seniors Only: Balfour will be in the social center hall Thursday, Jan. 24 from 11-1 to order any graduation items. (Jan. 24)

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Sweetheart Dance is February 9th from 8-11p.m. at High Desert in Star. Tickets available at Eventbrite.com (Jan. 25)

 

 

TUESDAY 1/22

New Traveling Students- If you have any questions regarding bussing see Mr. Bergland. (Jan. 23

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All snow team members - please attend the meeting today at lunch in room 222. There is very important information regarding the race requirements due to Saturday's cancellation. Also, race 1 participants need to check your results! And Congrats to the Nordic team, who did race Saturday, and won!

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Attention TRACK ATHLETES. Returning athletes who competed on the track team last year need to attend a meeting tomorrow at lunch in Coach Segraves' room. This is an important information to discuss the schedule, preseason workouts and gear for this upcoming season. RETURNING TRACK ATHLETES ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND THIS MEETING. Freshman and new athletes, be listening for announcements about how to sign up and when to pick up spirit pack info. (Jan. 23)

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Tennis here at Centennial is going to start soon. If you are interested in playing this spring, there will be an informational meeting on Wednesday January 30th during lunch in the little theater. Come to get information about tryouts and the program. (Jan. 30)

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Seniors: Townsley has a great scholarship based on community service. If you have A LOT hour - like over 100 see Townsley. (Jan. 22)

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Seniors Only: Balfour will be in the social center hall Thursday, Jan. 24 from 11-1 to order any graduation items. (Jan. 24)

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Sweetheart Dance is February 9th from 8-11p.m. at High Desert in Star. Tickets available at Eventbrite.com (Jan. 25)

 

THURSDAY 1/17

Seniors: Townsley has a great scholarship based on community service. If you have A LOT hour - like over 100 see Townsley. (Jan. 22)

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Seniors: It’s that time of year again. If you have NC’s (no credits) on your transcript and you have arranged to do detentions to get those back let Mr. Haener know when you are done. If you have lunch detentions still to serve, do yourself a favor and get them done before the end of the semester. If you lose credit you may not be able to graduate at the end of the school year and at the very least getting the credit back is going to be a painful endeavor. We want everyone to graduate so get on it today. (Jan. 18)

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Please check your student email for notices about OVERDUE library books. If you have any questions, please come into the library and ask the library staff.

 

 

WEDNESDAY 1/16

Math club meeting today. We will be doing some group ARML problems and tying up loose ends about Mu Alpha Theta. See you today at lunch!

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Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) member meeting in room 102 at lunch TODAY

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Guido’s Pizza is being sold on today at lunch. Come and support the extended resource room raise money for job training opportunities. (Jan. 16)

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Seniors: It’s that time of year again. If you have NC’s (no credits) on your transcript and you have arranged to do detentions to get those back let Mr. Haener know when you are done. If you have lunch detentions still to serve, do yourself a favor and get them done before the end of the semester. If you lose credit you may not be able to graduate at the end of the school year and at the very least getting the credit back is going to be a painful endeavor. We want everyone to graduate so get on it today. (Jan. 18)

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Please check your student email for notices about OVERDUE library books. If you have any questions, please come into the library and ask the library staff.

 

 

TUESDAY 1/15

Snow team members who raced last Saturday- please check your race results in room 222 today or Wednesday to make sure they got recorded. Also if you wish to change categories let Spingla know by Wednesday.

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Seniors: It’s that time of year again. If you have NC’s (no credits) on your transcript and you have arranged to do detentions to get those back let Mr. Haener know when you are done. If you have lunch detentions still to serve, do yourself a favor and get them done before the end of the semester. If you lose credit you may not be able to graduate at the end of the school year and at the very least getting the credit back is going to be a painful endeavor. We want everyone to graduate so get on it today. (Jan. 18)

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Please check your student email for notices about OVERDUE library books. If you have any questions, please come into the library and ask the library staff.

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Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) member meeting in room 102 at lunch this Wednesday - come and get your permission slips for STAR Events Competition on Friday, February 8 (Jan. 15)

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Guido’s Pizza is being sold on Wednesday January 16th at lunch. Come and support the extended resource room raise money for job training opportunities. (Jan. 16)

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Please go to the home page for the last KCTV of the semester.

 

 

MONDAY 1/14

Your CHS Wrestlers went 5-0 over the weekend to capture the Skyview Dual Tournament Championship. Congrats to our wrestlers! Next up, Eagle High at home on Wednesday night at 7 p.m. Come on out and support your wrestlers and win one of many raffle items including dominos pizza, gear and a chance to win a $800 Traeger grill package.

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Snow Team - Great job on our first race Saturday! Race results are not in yet but will be soon. Please come to the meeting today for more information and treats. Also, if you wish to change categories please let Ms. Spingla know by Wednesday. You were all awesome - go snow team!

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Congratulations to Centennial’s BPA team: Regionals were held this past weekend, and 16 Centennial students qualified to compete at state conference in March. Winners include first place for the administrative support team of Rylie Birkland, Julie Hetherington, Connor Hines and Derek Hoshaw, first place for Katie Tidwell in human resource management, first place for Connor Hines in database fundamentals, and first place for the web design team of web design team of Katie Tidwell, Anna Shuey, Zachary Scherer, and Elena Yang

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Seniors: It’s that time of year again. If you have NC’s (no credits) on your transcript and you have arranged to do detentions to get those back let Mr. Haener know when you are done. If you have lunch detentions still to serve, do yourself a favor and get them done before the end of the semester. If you lose credit you may not be able to graduate at the end of the school year and at the very least getting the credit back is going to be a painful endeavor. We want everyone to graduate so get on it today. (Jan. 18)

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Please check your student email for notices about OVERDUE library books. If you have any questions, please come into the library and ask the library staff.

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Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) member meeting in room 102 at lunch this Wednesday - come and get your permission slips for STAR Events Competition on Friday, February 8 (Jan. 15)

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Guidos Pizza is being sold on Wednesday January 16th at lunch. Come and support the extended resource room raise money for job training opportunities. (Jan. 16

 

 

FRIDAY 1/11

Please check your student email for notices about OVERDUE library books. If you have any questions, please come into the library and ask the library staff.

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There is a rugby meeting today at lunch in the little theater.

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Snow Team - Our first race is tomorrow! If you do not know the time and location of your races please see Spingla or Digrazia today. It will be crowded tomorrow, so get to Bogus early. If you need help on Saturday, go to the 3rd floor of the Pioneer Lodge. Go early, race fast. Go Snow Team!

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Today during lunch come get your Dutch Bros. fix in front of the school and support the Centennial Mountain Bike Team. (Jan. 11)

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YMCA Youth Gov. meeting today at lunch in CC.

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The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in the library, anyone is welcome!

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Guidos Pizza is being sold on Wednesday January 16th at lunch. Come and support the extended resource room raise money for job training opportunities.

 

 

THURSDAY 1/10

Our wrestlers crushed Boise High last night in their duel 57-25. Next up, Eagle next Wednesday night at 7 p.m. Come out and support your very successful wrestling team and win some great prizes for attending. Free pizza, tacos, gear and we are raffling off a $800 Traeger package.

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Snow Team. Our first race is this Saturday. If you are not sure of race times and locations, please see Ms. Spingla in room 222 anytime today or Friday.

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This Friday during lunch come get your Dutch Bros. fix in front of the school and support the Centennial Mountain Bike Team. (Jan. 11)

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Bowlers, we have our first practice after break today at 3:30 at Big Als.

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The January HOSA future health care professionals meeting is today, 11am, rm 111, Mr. Taylor's room. STEM Premier and final event sign up will be discussed. (Jan. 10)

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Attention all track distance runners - mandatory meeting at lunch in room 104 today at 11:00. Again, all track distance runners, lunch meeting tomorrow at 11 in room 104 (Jan. 10)

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YMCA Youth Gov. meeting this Friday at lunch in CC.

 

WEDNESDAY 1/9

Snow team members. If you did not attend one of the lunch meetings this week, please come to room 222 at lunch today. There is important information for our first race this Saturday.

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The wrestling team is in action tonight as they host Boise. The match starts at 7:00. It’s a chance for you to cheer for the team as well as to win some big prizes.

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This Friday during lunch come get your Dutch Bros. fix in front of the school and support the Centennial Mountain Bike Team. (Jan. 11)

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Math club meeting today, room 219, at lunch. We will be discussing Mu Alpha Theta as well as some problems. See you soon!

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FCCLA Officer Meeting TODAY in Room 102 at lunch

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There will be an ASL Club meeting tomorrow during lunch from 11:10 – 11:40. We’ll be taking our club picture. (Jan. 10)

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The January HOSA future health care professionals meeting will be tomorrow, 11am, rm 111, Mr. Taylor's room. STEM Premier and final event sign up will be discussed. (Jan. 10)

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Attention all track distance runners - mandatory meeting at lunch in room 104 tomorrow at 11:00. Again, all track distance runners, lunch meeting tomorrow at 11 in room 104 (Jan. 10)

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YMCA Youth Gov. meeting this Friday at lunch in CC.

 

TUESDAY 1/8

Snow Team - Our first race is this Saturday! There is a lot of updated information for all of you. Please attend a mandatory lunch meeting this week. Juniors and seniors today. If you’re a freshman or sophomore and didn’t attend yesterday’s meeting, please attend today. (Jan. 8)

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The wrestling team is in action tomorrow night as they host Boise. The match starts at 7:00. It’s a chance for you to cheer for the team as well as to win some big prizes.

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FCCLA Officer Meeting this Wednesday in Room 102 at lunch

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The January HOSA future health care professionals meeting will be this Thursday, 01/10/2018, 11am, rm 111, Mr. Taylor's room. STEM Premier and final event sign up will be discussed. (Jan. 10)

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Attention all track distance runners - mandatory meeting at lunch in room 104 on Thursday at 11:00. Again, all track distance runners, lunch meeting on Thursday at 11 in room 104 (Jan. 10)

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Please go to the home page for today’s KCTV.

 

MONDAY 1/7/19

Snow Team - Our first race is this Saturday! There is a lot of updated information for all of you. Please attend a mandatory lunch meeting this week. Freshman and sophomores today at lunch in room 222. Juniors and seniors on Tuesday. If you can't one of them, please attend the other. (Jan. 8)

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Congratulations to wrestler Ryan Wilson, proving he is one of the best in the nation after his big win at the Rollie Lane Wrestling Tournament this past weekend. Rollie Lane is Idaho’s biggest and most prestigious wrestling tournament. You can watch Wilson and the other wrestlers in action this Wednesday when they host Boise. The match starts at 7:00. It’s also a chance for you to win some big prizes.

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our January HOSA future health care professionals meeting will be this Thursday, 01/10/2018, 11am, rm 111, Mr. Taylor's room. STEM Premier and final event sign up will be discussed. (Jan. 10

 

 

THURSDAY 12/20

FCCLA will be selling brownies, cookies, cupcakes and rice krispie treats at lunch (while supplies last), by the main staircase - YUUUMMMMY! (Dec. 20)

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German club is hosting their traditional December meeting today. We are making gingerbread houses, so if you are in German, make sure you come and enjoy! (Dec. 20)

 

WEDNESDAY 12/19

NHS Member meeting is today at 11:10am in the Little Theatre. Please arrive promptly as we have a full agenda to get through.

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FCCLA will be selling brownies, cookies, cupcakes and rice krispie treats at lunch (while supplies last), by the main staircase - YUUUMMMMY! (Dec. 20)

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German club is hosting their traditional December meeting tomorrow. We are making gingerbread houses, so if you are in German, make sure you come and enjoy! (Dec. 20)

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Math club meeting today during lunch in Mr. Bartlett's room, #219. (Dec. 19

 

TUESDAY 12/18

FCCLA will be selling brownies, cookies, cupcakes and rice krispie treats at lunch (while supplies last), by the main staircase - YUUUMMMMY! (Dec. 20)

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German club is hosting their traditional December meeting this Thursday. We are making gingerbread houses, so if you are in German, make sure you come and enjoy! (Dec. 20)

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There's an international thespian meeting in room 237 at lunch today. (Dec. 18)

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There will be an NHS member meeting tomorrow, the meeting will start promptly at 11:10am. Please bring your lunch. We will be discussing upcoming events and service opportunities. If you can't make the meeting please see Ms. Shupe today. (Dec. 18)

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Math club meeting tomorrow during lunch in Mr. Bartlett's room, #219. (Dec. 19)

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Please go to the home page for today’s KCTV

 

FRIDAY 12/14

Calling all readers! Books & Bites is happening today at lunch in the library. Join our favorite public librarian to talk about great books.

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The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in the library, anyone is welcome!

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YMCA Youth Gov. selling Guidos today. (Dec. 14)

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Snow team members who wish to order team gear such as sweats, T-shirts, hats, or bags. Please get your orders and money in today. Pick up your order forms and check out the logos in room 222. (Dec. 14)

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There's an international thespian meeting in room 237 at lunch on Tuesday. (Dec. 18)

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There will be an NHS member meeting on Wednesday, the meeting will start promptly at 11:10am. Please bring your lunch. We will be discussing upcoming events and service opportunities. If you can't make the meeting please see Ms. Shupe before Wednesday. (Dec. 18)

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BSU will be here Monday - sign-up with Townsley. Army will be here Monday at lunch. (Dec. 17)

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Please go to the home page for today’s KCTV

 

 

THURSDAY 12/13

Mock Trial practice is canceled today due to scheduling conflicts for Ms. DiGrazia and attorney coaches. Practice will resume Monday 12/17 after school.

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Wrestlers crushed Borah last night 52-24 to remain unbeaten in the SIC. Great job wrestlers. Varsity travels to the Wiley Dobbs tourney this weekend -good luck!

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Congratulations to juniors Sophia Diffin, Brenna Bolinder and Erika Blaser for being accepted into the prestigious and competitive Boise Leadership Academy. Congratulations to sophomores Claire Shelton, Amiya Almaraz, Kylee Wilcox, Elena Yang and Sturat Eliason for being accepted into the competitive Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership Program

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YMCA Youth Gov. selling Guidos today and tomorrow. (Dec. 14)

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Snow team members who wish to order team gear such as sweats, T-shirts, hats, or bags. Please get your orders and money in by tomorrow. Pick up your order forms and check out the logos in room 222. (Dec. 14)

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There will be a December HOSA future health care professionals meeting today 11am, Mr Taylor's rm 111.

 

 

WEDNESDAY 12/12

YMCA Youth Gov. selling Guidos today, tomorrow and Friday. (Dec. 14)

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Attention ASL Students: There will be an additional ASL Club meeting today at 11:10 to discuss our Christmas party before break. See you there.

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FCCLA Chapter meeting today at lunch, room 102, come for the cookies.

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Math club meeting today during lunch in Mr. Bartlett's room, #219. We will be discussing AMC problems and the competition.

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All Centennial athletes, listen up! If you want to be a better athlete you need to run track this Spring. There will be a meeting for any NEW TRACK ATHLETE today at lunch in room 131. If you have not competed in track at Centennial before, but are interested in joining the team this year, bring your lunch and meet in room 131 at 11am today. If you have any questions, see Coach Segraves. (Dec. 12)

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Wrestlers take on Borah tonight at home - 7 p.m. Come and watch your wrestlers, who are undefeated in conference, and have a chance to win big prizes just for attending. Students, get your Wrestling Passport Stamped at 3 home duels and have a chance at several big raffle items!

* 3 Point shot for free pizza at every home dual!

* Free Candy Canes

* Family mingle after every dual

* Raffling a $800 Traeger/Beef combo to some lucky winner! (Dec. 12)

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Snow team members who wish to order team gear such as sweats, T-shirts, hats, or bags. Please get your orders and money in by Friday. Pick up your order forms and check out the logos in room 222. (Dec. 14)

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There will be a December HOSA future health care professionals meeting tomorrow 11am, Mr Taylor's rm 111. Final sign up for HOSA events and YMCA volunteer opportunities will be discussed. (Dec. 13)

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TUESDAY 12/11 (1/2 Day)

International Thespian meeting today at lunch in room 237.

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All Centennial athletes, listen up! If you want to be a better athlete you need to run track this Spring. There will be a meeting for any NEW TRACK ATHLETE on Wednesday at lunch in room 131. If you have not competed in track at Centennial before, but are interested in joining the team this year, bring your lunch and meet in room 131 at 11am on Wednesday. If you have any questions, see Coach Segraves. (Dec. 12)

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Wrestlers take on Borah tomorrow night at home - 7 p.m. Come and watch your wrestlers, who are undefeated in conference, and have a chance to win big prizes just for attending. Students, get your Wrestling Passport Stamped at 3 home duels and have a chance at several big raffle items!

* 3 Point shot for free pizza at every home dual!

* Free Candy Canes

* Family mingle after every dual

* Raffling a $800 Traeger/Beef combo to some lucky winner! (Dec. 12)

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Snow team members who wish to order team gear such as sweats, T-shirts, hats, or bags. Please get your orders and money in by Friday. Pick up your order forms and check out the logos in room 222. (Dec. 14)

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Attention all track distance runners: We will meet every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 3pm by the XC case. Questions? See coach Herdegen. (Dec. 11)

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FCCLA Chapter meeting at lunch tomorrow, room 102, come and get your "Thanks for joining FCCLA" gift!

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Attention ASL Students: There will be an additional ASL Club meeting tomorrow at 11:10 to discuss our Christmas party before break. See you there.

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There will be a December HOSA future health care professionals meeting this Thursday11am, Mr Taylor's rm 111. Final sign up for HOSA events and YMCA volunteer opportunities will be discussed. (Dec. 13)

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Please go to the home page for today’s KCT

 

MONDAY 12/10

Wrestlers take on Borah Wednesday night at home - 7 p.m. Come and watch your wrestlers, who are undefeated in conference, and have a chance to win big prizes just for attending. Students, get your Wrestling Passport Stamped at 3 home duels and have a chance at several big raffle items!

* 3 Point shot for free pizza at every home dual!

* Free Candy Canes

* Family mingle after every dual

* Raffling a $800 Traeger/Beef combo to some lucky winner! (Dec. 12)

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There is a snow team meeting today at lunch in room 222. We have fundraisers and gear orders this week!

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Snow team members who wish to order team gear such as sweats, T-shirts, hats, or bags. Please get your orders and money in by Friday the 14th. Pick up your order forms and check out the logos in room 222. (Dec. 14)

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Attention all track distance runners: We will meet every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 3pm by the XC case. Questions? See coach Herdegen. (Dec. 11)

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FCCLA Chapter meeting at lunch on Wednesday in Mrs. Bergland's room, 102

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Attention ASL Students: There will be an additional ASL Club meeting this Wednesday, Dec. 12th @ 11:10 to discuss our Christmas party before break. See you there.

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There will be a December HOSA future health care professionals meeting this Thursday, 12/13/2018, 11am, Mr Taylor's rm 111. Final sign up for HOSA events and YMCA volunteer opportunities will be discussed. (Dec. 13)

 

 

FRIDAY 12/7

Congratulations to FFA members Hope Hughes and Lily Nicholes, for representing CHS on the FFA Greenhand Knowledge team. The team placed 4th at the district level this Wednesday.

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The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in the library, anyone is welcome!

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Attention all track distance runners: We will meet every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 3pm by the XC case. Questions? See coach Herdegen. (Dec. 11)

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Snow team members who wish to order team gear such as sweats, T-shirts, hats, or bags. Please get your orders and money in by Friday the 14th. Pick up your order forms and check out the logos in room 222. (Dec. 14)

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Students, If you would like an opportunity to volunteer or interview for a part-time paid position working YMCA basketball for kids come see Mr. Taylor in rm 111 or after school in the athletic training room. The YMCA is looking for young adults who care about kids with an opportunity to coach or assist with various YMCA basketball operations. (Dec. 7)

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Dutch Bros. is coming during lunch today. Get a hot drink to keep warm and support the Centennial Mountain Bike Team. (Dec. 7)

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Please go to the home page for today’s KCTV.

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THURSDAY 12/6

Congratulations to the wrestling team. They defeated Timberline 56-24 last night. Come out and support the team next Wednesday when they grapple against Borah here at Centennial.

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Snow team members who wish to order team gear such as sweats, T-shirts, hats, or bags. Please get your orders and money in by Friday the 14th. Pick up your order forms and check out the logos in room 222. (Dec. 14)

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Patriot Boosters will be selling game day T-shirts at lunch in the main hallway.

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FFA Members - bring your lunch to room 113 today to find out what's happening in FFA during December!

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Students, If you would like an opportunity to volunteer or interview for a part-time paid position working YMCA basketball for kids come see Mr. Taylor in rm 111 or after school in the athletic training room. The YMCA is looking for young adults who care about kids with an opportunity to coach or assist with various YMCA basketball operations. (Dec. 7)

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Come audition for this year's all school musical, James and the Giant Peach. Auditions will be in the choir room today and tomorrow, you will need to attend both days. Audition packets are in the office, or see Mrs. Burt for more info. (Dec. 6)

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Tomorrow, Dutch Bros. is coming during lunch. Get a hot drink to keep warm and support the Centennial Mountain Bike Team. (Dec. 7)

 

 

WEDNESDAY 12/5

Seniors if you want to take the CWI math placement test HERE at CHS let Townsley know today! (Dec. 6)

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Interested in performing better on math tests both in class and on the SAT math portion? Having a stronger math foundation for college? Participating in math competitions? Or just want to learn more about math? Then please join us for an informal meeting about a NEW Math Club and free pizza on today in Room #219 (Mr. Bartlett's classroom) at lunch. All math levels are welcome. Be a part of the Math Club, meet new people, improve your math problem solving and develop your teamwork skills. Hope to see you today for this meeting and free pizza! (Dec. 5)

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FCCLA Chapter Officers meeting will be today at lunch

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We got snow. We got snow team. If you still want to join in the winter fun, please get all your forms turned in to room 222 today. (Dec. 5)

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There will also be an ASL Club meeting today during lunch. See you then!

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Come see Image Factory's annual Variety Show tonight at 7pm in the Little Theater! These are all the scenes, monologues, musical theater numbers, pantomimes and everything else that went to Drama Competition this year. Both nights are totally unique and admission is free! (Dec. 5)

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FFA Members - we will have our December lunch meeting tomorrow in room 113! Bring your lunch and come find out what's happening this month!

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Students, If you would like an opportunity to volunteer or interview for a part-time paid position working YMCA basketball for kids come see Mr. Taylor in rm 111 or after school in the athletic training room. The YMCA is looking for young adults who care about kids with an opportunity to coach or assist with various YMCA basketball operations. (Dec. 7)

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Come audition for this year's all school musical, James and the Giant Peach. Auditions will be in the choir room on December 6th and 7th, you will need to attend both days. Audition packets are in the office, or see Mrs. Burt for more info. (Dec. 6)

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On Friday, Dutch Bros. is coming during lunch. Get a hot drink to keep warm and support the Centennial Mountain Bike Team. (Dec. 7

 

 

TUESDAY 12/4

Navy here today at lunch

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Come see Image Factory's annual Variety Show Tonight and tomorrow at 7pm in the Little Theater! These are all the scenes, monologues, musical theater numbers, pantomimes and everything else that went to Drama Competition this year. Both nights are totally unique and admission is free! (Dec. 5)

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Centennial high school's varsity Bowlers finished Monday's match with a team average of 200. Veterans Dylan Branch and Austin Cantwell led the surge posting individual games of 230 and 237. Good work centennial Bowlers!

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Seniors who have been admitted to CWI if you want to take the math placement test here at CHS let Townsley know by 3pm this Thursday. Actual test will be after school on Wednesday Dec. 12. in computer lab. (Dec. 6)

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FCCLA Chapter Officers meeting will be tomorrow, Wednesday, Dec. 5 at lunch

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We got snow. We got snow team. If you still want to join in the winter fun, please get all your forms turned in to room 222 by this Wednesday. (Dec. 5)

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Attention ASL 2 & 3 students: Today is our ASL Mingle Night from 6:00 - 8:00 in the CHS cafeteria. Cost is $2 per person and worth one Deaf Event. Bring a snack to share.

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There will also be an ASL Club meeting Wednesday during lunch. See you then!

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Students, If you would like an opportunity to volunteer or interview for a part-time paid position working YMCA basketball for kids come see Mr. Taylor in rm 111 or after school in the athletic training room. The YMCA is looking for young adults who care about kids with an opportunity to coach or assist with various YMCA basketball operations. (Dec. 7)

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Come audition for this year's all school musical, James and the Giant Peach. Auditions will be in the choir room on December 6th and 7th, you will need to attend both days. Audition packets are in the office, or see Mrs. Burt for more info. (Dec. 6)

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On Friday, Dutch Bros. is coming during lunch. Get a hot drink to keep warm and support the Centennial Mountain Bike Team. (Dec. 7)

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Interested in performing better on math tests both in class and on the SAT math portion? Having a stronger math foundation for college? Participating in math competitions? Or just want to learn more about math? Then please join us for an informal meeting about a NEW Math Club and free pizza on Wednesday, December 5th in Room #219 (Mr. Bartlett's classroom) at lunch. All math levels are welcome. Be a part of the Math Club, meet new people, improve your math problem solving and develop your teamwork skills. Hope to see you on December 5th for this meeting and free pizza! (Dec. 5)

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Please go to the homepage for today’s KCTV.

 

MONDAY 12/3

Congratulations to Image Factory, Musical Theater and all Centennial Drama students for their third place finish at the State Drama Competition this last weekend. Twenty-three entries qualified to compete, eleven moved on to the semi-finals and eight of those were finalists with three placing in the top three. If you'd like to see any or all of these scenes, monologues, musical theater numbers or pantomimes come to Image Factory's annual Variety show this Tuesday and Wednesday Dec. 4th and 5th in the Little Theater at 7pm. Each night is totally different and admission is free!

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There is a snow team meeting today at lunch in room 222. If you still want to join please get your forms in no later than Wednesday. Think Snow!

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Are you interested in participating on the track team this Spring? Do you play football, volleyball or soccer in the fall at Centennial? Did you know that over 60% of college athletes in those sports ran track in high school? Pre-season workouts for track begin today! We will begin workouts on Mondays and Wednesdays at 3pm. We will meet upstairs in front of the gym. Come dressed and ready to work out on Monday. (Dec. 3)

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Attention ASL 2 & 3 students: Remember tomorrow is our ASL Mingle Night from 6:00 - 8:00 in the CHS cafeteria. Cost is $2 per person and worth one Deaf Event. Bring a snack to share. (Check updates until Dec. 4)

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Come audition for this year's all school musical, James and the Giant Peach. Auditions will be in the choir room on December 6th and 7th, you will need to attend both days. Audition packets are in the office, or see Mrs. Burt for more info. (Dec. 6)

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Interested in performing better on math tests both in class and on the SAT math portion? Having a stronger math foundation for college? Participating in math competitions? Or just want to learn more about math? Then please join us for an informal meeting about a NEW Math Club and free pizza on Wednesday, December 5th in Room #219 (Mr. Bartlett's classroom) at lunch. All math levels are welcome. Be a part of the Math Club, meet new people, improve your math problem solving and develop your teamwork skills. Hope to see you on December 5th for this meeting and free pizza! (Dec. 5)

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[recurring every Friday] The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in the library, anyone is welcome!

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[hold for Dec. 4] Come see Image Factory's annual Variety Show Tonight and tomorrow at 7pm in the Little Theater! These are all the scenes, monologues, musical theater numbers, pantomimes and everything else that went to Drama Competition this year. Both nights are totally unique and admission is free! (Dec.

FRIDAY 11/30

It's not too late to join snow team. Please get your forms and dues in this week! And think snow! (Nov. 30)

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The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in the library, anyone is welcome!

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Are you interested in participating on the track team this Spring? Do you play football, volleyball or soccer in the fall at Centennial? Did you know that over 60% of college athletes in those sports ran track in high school? Pre-season workouts for track begin on Monday! We will begin workouts on Mondays and Wednesdays at 3pm. We will meet upstairs in front of the gym. Come dressed and ready to work out on Monday. (Dec. 3)

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Attention ASL 2 & 3 students: There is an ASL Mingle Night Tuesday, December 4th from 6:00 - 8:00 in the CHS cafeteria. Cost is $2 per person and worth one Deaf Event. Bring a snack to share. (Check updates until Dec. 4)

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Come audition for this year's all school musical, James and the Giant Peach. Auditions will be in the choir room on December 6th and 7th, you will need to attend both days. Audition packets are in the office, or see Mrs. Burt for more info. (Dec. 6)

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Interested in performing better on math tests both in class and on the SAT math portion? Having a stronger math foundation for college? Participating in math competitions? Or just want to learn more about math? Then please join us for an informal meeting about a NEW Math Club and free pizza on Wednesday, December 5th in Room #219 (Mr. Bartlett's classroom) at lunch. All math levels are welcome. Be a part of the Math Club, meet new people, improve your math problem solving and develop your teamwork skills. Hope to see you on December 5th for this meeting and free pizza! (Dec. 5)

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Winter Informal tomorrow at the Centennial Social Center 8-11 PM. $5 tickets sold week after Thanksgiving Break and at the door: food, fun, dancing. "Elf" the movie theme!!! "GRAB A 'BUDDY' AND COME TO THE WINTER INFORMAL!"

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The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in the library, anyone is welcome!

 

THURSDAY 11/29

It's not too late to join snow team. Please get your forms and dues in this week! And think snow! (Nov. 30)

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Attention ASL 2 & 3 students: There is an ASL Mingle Night Tuesday, December 4th from 6:00 - 8:00 in the CHS cafeteria. Cost is $2 per person and worth one Deaf Event. Bring a snack to share. (Check updates until Dec. 4)

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Come audition for this year's all school musical, James and the Giant Peach. Auditions will be in the choir room on December 6th and 7th, you will need to attend both days. Audition packets are in the office, or see Mrs. Burt for more info. (Dec. 6)

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Interested in performing better on math tests both in class and on the SAT math portion? Having a stronger math foundation for college? Participating in math competitions? Or just want to learn more about math? Then please join us for an informal meeting about a NEW Math Club and free pizza on Wednesday, December 5th in Room #219 (Mr. Bartlett's classroom) at lunch. All math levels are welcome. Be a part of the Math Club, meet new people, improve your math problem solving and develop your teamwork skills. Hope to see you on December 5th for this meeting and free pizza! (Dec. 5)

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Winter Informal December 1st @ the Centennial Social Center 8-11 PM. $5 tickets sold week after Thanksgiving Break and at the door: food, fun, dancing. "Elf" the movie theme!!! "GRAB A 'BUDDY' AND COME TO THE WINTER INFORMAL!"

 

 

WEDNESDAY 11/28

If you missed yesterday’s KCTV—and all of you did because it wasn’t on—you can go to the homepage after second period today to watch the latest installment. KCTV apologizes for the delay.

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Come audition for this year's all school musical, James and the Giant Peach. Auditions will be in the choir room on December 6th and 7th, you will need to attend both days. Audition packets are in the office, or see Mrs. Burt for more info. (Dec. 6)

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Any girls who plan on playing softball this Spring must come to the informational meeting on Wednesday, November 28th at lunch in Coach McFarland's room 234 for news on upcoming Winter workouts. It will be a very short meeting right after the bell so don't be late. This is very important for you to show up so we can make plans for our preseason. (Nov. 28)

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It's not too late to join snow team. Please get your forms and dues in this week! And think snow! (Nov. 30)

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Interested in performing better on math tests both in class and on the SAT math portion? Having a stronger math foundation for college? Participating in math competitions? Or just want to learn more about math? Then please join us for an informal meeting about a NEW Math Club and free pizza on Wednesday, December 5th in Room #219 (Mr. Bartlett's classroom) at lunch. All math levels are welcome. Be a part of the Math Club, meet new people, improve your math problem solving and develop your teamwork skills. Hope to see you on December 5th for this meeting and free pizza! (Dec. 5)

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Winter Informal December 1st @ the Centennial Social Center 8-11 PM. $5 tickets sold week after Thanksgiving Break and at the door: food, fun, dancing. "Elf" the movie theme!!! "GRAB A 'BUDDY' AND COME TO THE WINTER INFORMAL!"

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U of I here today at 10:30. Scholarship deadline for U of I is Dec. 1.

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Marines here at lunch

 

TUESDAY 11/27

Come audition for this year's all school musical, James and the Giant Peach. Auditions will be in the choir room on December 6th and 7th, you will need to attend both days. Audition packets are in the office, or see Mrs. Burt for more info. (Dec. 6)

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There is a GSA meeting today at lunch in the library.

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For anyone interested in playing Boy's Lacrosse, there is a parent/player meeting tonight at 7pm in the little theater. (Nov. 27)

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Tonight is the night you have been waiting for... Dinner at Cafe Zupas - warm soup, unique sandwiches and freshly made salads followed by a chocolate covered strawberry - YUM! The best part is you are supporting Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) be sure to mention us when you order and thank you for supporting FCCLA!!

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Snow team is having a Taco Tuesday fundraiser at Chipolte on Eagle tonight from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. Come eat great food and be sure to say you are supporting Centennial Snow team when you order. (Nov. 27)

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Any girls who plan on playing softball this Spring must come to the informational meeting on Wednesday, November 28th at lunch in Coach McFarland's room 234 for news on upcoming Winter workouts. It will be a very short meeting right after the bell so don't be late. This is very important for you to show up so we can make plans for our preseason. (Nov. 28)

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It's not too late to join snow team. Please get your forms and dues in this week! And think snow! (Nov. 30)

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Student Identification cards have the card holder's picture on them for a reason (it plays a critical role in verifying a person's identity). If you have covered the picture please uncover it immediately. If you have destroyed the picture you will need to replace the card. Thanks for your cooperation in helping Centennial High School be a safe place to learn. (Nov. 27)

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Interested in performing better on math tests both in class and on the SAT math portion? Having a stronger math foundation for college? Participating in math competitions? Or just want to learn more about math? Then please join us for an informal meeting about a NEW Math Club and free pizza on Wednesday, December 5th in Room #219 (Mr. Bartlett's classroom) at lunch. All math levels are welcome. Be a part of the Math Club, meet new people, improve your math problem solving and develop your teamwork skills. Hope to see you on December 5th for this meeting and free pizza! (Dec. 5)

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Winter Informal December 1st @ the Centennial Social Center 8-11 PM. $5 tickets sold week after Thanksgiving Break and at the door: food, fun, dancing. "Elf" the movie theme!!! "GRAB A 'BUDDY' AND COME TO THE WINTER INFORMAL!"

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U of I here today at 10:30. Scholarship deadline for U of I is Dec. 1.

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Please go to the home page for today’s KCTV.

 

MONDAY 11/26

 

Congratulations to Image Factory, Musical Theater and all Centennial Drama students for their second place finish at the District III Drama Competition on November 17th. Twenty-three of their forty-two entries qualified for the state tournament this Friday and Saturday in Twin Falls. Good luck!

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FCA will meet today in Redinger's room, 110, during lunch! Bring your food and join us for a time of fellowship and fun! (Nov. 26)

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The first mock trial practice of the season starts today after school in room 214 at 3:00pm. Please arrive promptly for snacks and refreshments. It's not too late to join. See Ms. DiGrazia if interested.

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There is a snow team meeting today at lunch in room 222. Please attend for important information about team gear, the end of season trip, and our fundraisers. Pizza will be served.

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Snow team is having a Taco Tuesday fundraiser at Chipolte on Eagle tomorrow from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. Come eat great food and be sure to say you are supporting Centennial Snow team when you order. (Nov. 27)

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It's not too late to join snow team. Please get your forms and dues in this week! And think snow! (Nov. 30)

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Tired of Thanksgiving Leftovers? Stressed over Black Friday Shopping? Go to Cafe Zupas on Eagle Rd. tomorrow night for a freshly made dinner. 5-9pm mention FCCLA and we get a generous donation.

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For anyone interested in playing Boy's Lacrosse, there is a parent/player meeting tomorrow night at 7pm in the little theater. (Nov. 27)

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Student Identification cards have the card holder's picture on them for a reason (it plays a critical role in verifying a person's identity). If you have covered the picture please uncover it immediately. If you have destroyed the picture you will need to replace the card. Thanks for your cooperation in helping Centennial High School be a safe place to learn. (Nov. 27)

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Interested in performing better on math tests both in class and on the SAT math portion? Having a stronger math foundation for college? Participating in math competitions? Or just want to learn more about math? Then please join us for an informal meeting about a NEW Math Club and free pizza on Wednesday, December 5th in Room #219 (Mr. Bartlett's classroom) at lunch. All math levels are welcome. Be a part of the Math Club, meet new people, improve your math problem solving and develop your teamwork skills. Hope to see you on December 5th for this meeting and free pizza! (Dec. 5)

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Winter Informal December 1st @ the Centennial Social Center 8-11 PM. $5 tickets sold week after Thanksgiving Break and at the door: food, fun, dancing. "Elf" the movie theme!!! "GRAB A 'BUDDY' AND COME TO THE WINTER INFORMAL!

 

FRIDAY 11/16

Student Identification cards have the card holder's picture on them for a reason (it plays a critical role in verifying a person's identity). If you have covered the picture please uncover it immediately. If you have destroyed the picture you will need to replace the card. (Nov. 27)

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Thanks for your cooperation in helping Centennial High School be a safe place to learnThe Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in the library, anyone is welcome!

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Fellowship of Christian Athletes will meet Monday after thanksgiving! Join us in Redinger's room 110 during lunch for a time of fellowship and fun! (Nov. 16)

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Congratulations to the following Centennial FFA members who earned and received their Chapter Degrees at Monday night's meeting: Grace Haws, Natalie Vennell, Claire Shelton, Trevor Costello, Madigan Grigsby, Katie Johnson, and Hannah Watson.

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All student-athletes interested in lifting weights and are not currently in a sport the weight room will be open after school from 3-4. Tuesday through Friday this week and starting next week the days will be Monday through Thursday. Again this is for all student-athletes that want to take a serious approach to off-season weight training. (Nov. 16)

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On the Tuesday after Thanksgiving Break - give the cook in your house a break and go to Cafe Zupas on Eagle Rd. for dinner - support FCCLA and enjoy a freshly made dinner. (Nov. 16)

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Winter Informal December 1st @ the Centennial Social Center 8-11 PM. $5 tickets sold week after Thanksgiving Break and at the door: food, fun, dancing. "Elf" the movie theme!!! "GRAB A 'BUDDY' AND COME TO THE WINTER INFORMAL!"

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Please go to the homepage for today’s KCTV

 

 

THURSDAY 11/15

Congratulations to the following Centennial FFA members who earned and received their Greenhand Degrees at Monday night's meeting: Kira McMurtrey, Jadyn Fingerson, Kiara Barry, Benjamin Bartolome, Corrine Cannady, Samuel Navarro, & Lily Nicholes.

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Snow team members - please bring in your forms and dues this week. You may return them to Ms. Spingla or to Ms. Digrazia. (Nov. 15)

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Freshman Boys basketball team, there will be a meeting in room 215 today. If you made the freshman team you need to be there.

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German club members, our November meeting is today at lunch. We will be making our traditional Oreo turkeys and handing out advent calendars for those who are lettering. Bring your lunch and enjoy an amazing German club meeting! (Nov. 15)

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Fellowship of Christian Athletes will meet Monday after thanksgiving! Join us in Redinger's room 110 during lunch for a time of fellowship and fun! (Nov. 16)

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All student-athletes interested in lifting weights and are not currently in a sport the weight room will be open after school from 3-4. Tuesday through Friday this week and starting next week the days will be Monday through Thursday. Again this is for all student-athletes that want to take a serious approach to off-season weight training. (Nov. 16)

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On the Tuesday after Thanksgiving Break - give the cook in your house a break and go to Cafe Zupas on Eagle Rd. for dinner - support FCCLA and enjoy a freshly made dinner. (Nov. 16)

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Winter Informal December 1st @ the Centennial Social Center 8-11 PM. $5 tickets sold week after Thanksgiving Break and at the door: food, fun, dancing. "Elf" the movie theme!!! "GRAB A 'BUDDY' AND COME TO THE WINTER INFORMAL!"

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[recurring every Friday] The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in the library, anyone is welcome!

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[hold for Nov. 16] Congratulations to the following Centennial FFA members who earned and received their Chapter Degrees at Monday night's meeting: Grace Haws, Natalie Vennell, Claire Shelton, Trevor Costello, Madigan Grigsby, Katie Johnson, and Hannah Watson.

 

 

WEDNESDAY 11/14

As we discovered yesterday, the excitement of eight seconds extends beyond bull riding. KCTV wishes to apologize to those who tried to watch yesterday’s production and only saw an eight second show. The good news is that the full show is now online and you can watch it at your leisure. Just go to the home page after class and you can see not only those exciting first eight seconds but the rest of the show as well.

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Congratulations to the following freshmen who represented Centennial in the FFA Creed Speaking CDE on Monday night: Gabriel Bennett, Kira McMurtrey, Hope Hughes, Jadyn Fingerson, and Lily Nicholes all presented the FFA Creed memorized to an audience and answered a question about the Creed. Jadyn and Lily made it to the finals, where Jadyn placed 4th and Lily placed 1st! Lily will represent the district-wide FFA chapter in this same contest at districts in February. Congratulations, Lily!

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SPEECH & DEBATERS, The Speech & Debate team is having a luncheon during lunch in Mr. Montreuil’s room. This is for NOVICES AND VARSITY members. There will be pizza and other treats. In addition, we’ll be team building, sharing info on upcoming tournaments and discussing recruitment. It will be loads of fun and we hope to see EVERYONE at lunch!

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Centennial FCCLA Chapter member meeting today in room 102 at lunch.

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Freshman Boys basketball team, there will be a meeting in room 215 at lunch on Thursday Nov 15th. If you made the freshman team you need to be there.

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German club members, our November meeting will be tomorrow at lunch. We will be making our traditional Oreo turkeys and handing out advent calendars for those who are lettering. Bring your lunch and enjoy an amazing German club meeting! (Nov. 15)

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All student-athletes interested in lifting weights and are not currently in a sport the weight room will be open after school from 3-4. Tuesday through Friday this week and starting next week the days will be Monday through Thursday. Again this is for all student-athletes that want to take a serious approach to off-season weight training. (Nov. 16)

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Snow team members - please bring in your forms and dues this week. You may return them to Ms. Spingla or to Ms. Digrazia. (Nov. 15)

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Winter Informal December 1st @ the Centennial Social Center 8-11 PM. $5 tickets sold week after Thanksgiving Break and at the door: food, fun, dancing. "Elf" the movie theme!!! "GRAB A 'BUDDY' AND COME TO THE WINTER INFORMAL!"

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Congratulations to the following Centennial FFA members who earned and received their Greenhand Degrees at Monday night's meeting: Kira McMurtrey, Jadyn Fingerson, Kiara Barry, Benjamin Bartolome, Corrine Cannady, Samuel Navarro, & Lily Nicholes.

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Congratulations to the following Centennial FFA members who earned and received their Chapter Degrees at Monday night's meeting: Grace Haws, Natalie Vennell, Claire Shelton, Trevor Costello, Madigan Grigsby, Katie Johnson, and Hannah Watso

 

 

TUESDAY 11/13

Congratulations centennial jv bowling team for taking first place and varsity for taking 2nd Place last night.

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All student-athletes interested in lifting weights and are not currently in a sport the weight room will be open after school from 3-4. Tuesday through Friday this week and starting next week the days will be Monday through Thursday. Again this is for all student-athletes that want to take a serious approach to off-season weight training. (Nov. 16)

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FCCLA had an amazing Fall Conference last Friday with students from all over District 3. Centennial FCCLA Chapter member meeting this Wednesday in room 102 at lunch - let's keep the momentum going.

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Anyone interested in our International Thespians Club, a club for students interested in theatre, we will be having our first meeting today at lunch in Mrs. Burt's room (237). (Nov. 13)

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The cross country banquet is tonight at 7:00 in the Little Theater. Bring a dessert to share.

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SPEECH & DEBATERS: tomorrow, the Speech & Debate team is having a luncheon during lunch in Mr. Montreuil’s room. This is for NOVICES AND VARSITY members. There will be pizza and other treats. In addition, we’ll be team building, sharing info on upcoming tournaments and discussing recruitment. It will be loads of fun and we hope to see EVERYONE on Wednesday! (Nov. 13)

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German club members, our November meeting will be tomorrow at lunch. We will be making our traditional Oreo turkeys and handing out advent calendars for those who are lettering. Bring your lunch and enjoy an amazing German club meeting! (Nov. 15)

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Snow team members - please bring in your forms and dues this week. You may return them to Ms. Spingla or to Ms. Digrazia. (Nov. 15)

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[recurring every Friday] The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in the library, anyone is welcome!

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[hold for Nov. 14] SPEECH & DEBATERS, The Speech & Debate team is having a luncheon during lunch in Mr. Montreuil’s room. This is for NOVICES AND VARSITY members. There will be pizza and other treats. In addition, we’ll be team building, sharing info on upcoming tournaments and discussing recruitment. It will be loads of fun and we hope to see EVERYONE at lunch!

 

 

MONDAY 11/12

JV and varsity football banquet tonight at 6:30pm. All information has been sent out in the Team App. If you have questions see Coach Koch in room 119. See you tonight.

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Students tonight is college fair night at CHS the following colleges will be here from 6-8pm. All grades are welcome: CWI, NNU, College of ID, Grand Canyon University, BSU, Lewis/Clark State College, Treasure Valley Community College, College of S. Idaho, NNU, ISU

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Anyone interested in our International Thespians Club, a club for students interested in theatre, we will be having our first meeting tomorrow at lunch in Mrs. Burt's room (237). (Nov. 13)

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The cross country banquet is tomorrow evening at 7:00 in the Little Theater. Bring a dessert to share.

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SPEECH & DEBATERS: This Wednesday, the 14th, the Speech & Debate team is having a luncheon during lunch in Mr. Montreuil’s room. This is for NOVICES AND VARSITY members. There will be pizza and other treats. In addition, we’ll be team building, sharing info on upcoming tournaments and discussing recruitment. It will be loads of fun and we hope to see EVERYONE on Wednesday! (Nov. 13)

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German club members, our November meeting will be Thursday at lunch. We will be making our traditional Oreo turkeys and handing out advent calendars for those who are lettering. Bring your lunch and enjoy an amazing German club meeting! (Nov. 15)

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Snow team members - please bring in your forms and dues this week. You may return them to Ms. Spingla or to Ms. Digrazia. (Nov. 15

 

 

FRIDAY 11/9

Students Monday night is college fair night at CHS the following colleges will be here from 6-8pm. All grades are welcome: CWI, NNU, College of ID, Grand Canyon University, BSU, Lewis/Clark State College, Treasure Valley Community College, College of S. Idaho, NNU, ISU

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Attention ASL students: There will be an ASL Lunch Chat today from 11:00 - 11:30 in room 106. This counts as one Deaf Event.

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The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in the library, anyone is welcome!

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Boys basketball tryouts: Today 3-5, tomorrow 10-12.

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Today is the last day the German Club will be selling Guido's Pizza. Each delicious piece is only $2.50, so dig through those couch cushions and buy some pizza. (Nov. 9)

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Anyone interested in our International Thespians Club, a club for students interested in theatre, we will be having our first meeting on Tuesday, November 13th at lunch in Mrs. Burt's room (237). (Nov. 13)

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Patriots, having trouble starting or finishing that essay for English? Quit stressing over it. Go to the Centennial Homepage and click on the Patriot Writing Center link and sign up to see a writing consultant or stop by Room 204 and talk to Mr. Soza. (Nov.9)

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Student council will be selling raffle tickets for VIP parking spaces every day this week at lunch.

1 ticket for $1, 5 for 3$, or 10 tickets for only 5$, what a bargain! Reserve your VIP parking spot to avoid traffic jams and cold weather as fall turns to winter. (Nov. 9)

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Please go to the home page for today’s KCTV

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[recurring every Friday] The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in the library, anyone is welcome!

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[hold for Nov. 9] Students Monday night is college fair night at CHS the following colleges will be here from 6-8pm. All grades are welcome: CWI, NNU, College of ID, Grand Canyon University, BSU, Lewis/Clark State College, Treasure Valley Community College, College of S. Idaho, NNU, ISU

 

 

THURSDAY 11/8

Patriots, having trouble starting or finishing that essay for English? Quit stressing over it. Go to the Centennial Homepage and click on the Patriot Writing Center link and sign up to see a writing consultant or stop by Room 204 and talk to Mr. Soza. (Nov.9)

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An informational meeting for those interest in participating in Mock Trial this year will be held today at in room 214. Please arrive promptly by 11:00am. If you can't make the meeting, but want to know more information about the program come see Ms. DiGrazia in room 214. (Nov. 8)

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Attention ASL students: There will be an ASL Lunch Chat tomorrow from 11:00 - 11:30 in room 106. This counts as one Deaf Event. (check updates daily)

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November HOSA future health care professionals meeting today, 11am, Mr. Taylor's rm 111. We will begin initial signups for the Idaho state health professions conference.

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Boys basketball tryouts: Nov 9 Friday 3-5, Nov 10 Saturday 10-12.

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German Club will be selling Guido's Pizza today and tomorrow. Each delicious piece is only $2.50, so dig through those couch cushions and buy some pizza. (Nov. 9)

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Anyone interested in our International Thespians Club, a club for students interested in theatre, we will be having our first meeting on Tuesday, November 13th at lunch in Mrs. Burt's room (237). (Nov. 13)

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Student council will be selling raffle tickets for VIP parking spaces every day this week at lunch.

1 ticket for $1, 5 for 3$, or 10 tickets for only 5$, what a bargain! Reserve your VIP parking spot to avoid traffic jams and cold weather as fall turns to winter. (Nov. 9)

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Dutch Bros here Nov 9th at lunch. (Nov. 8)

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[recurring every Friday] The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in the library, anyone is welcome!

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[hold for Nov. 9] Students Monday night is college fair night at CHS the following colleges will be here from 6-8pm. All grades are welcome: CWI, NNU, College of ID, Grand Canyon University, BSU, Lewis/Clark State College, Treasure Valley Community College, College of S. Idaho, NNU, ISU

 

 

WEDNESDAY 11/7

Seniors: Need help filling out your FAFSA (pronouced FAF - SA)? FAFSA Night is tomorrow 5:30 -7:00 pm need to sign-up with Townsley. (Nov. 7)

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Patriots, having trouble starting or finishing that essay for English? Quit stressing over it. Go to the Centennial Homepage and click on the Patriot Writing Center link and sign up to see a writing consultant or stop by Room 204 and talk to Mr. Soza. (Nov.9)

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An informational meeting for those interest in participating in Mock Trial this year will be tomorrow at lunch. The meeting will be held in room 214. Please arrive promptly by 11:00am. If you can't make the meeting, but want to know more information about the program come see Ms. DiGrazia in room 214. (Nov. 8)

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Freshman Football End of Season Banquet is tonight at 6:30 in the CHS cafeteria. Players and families please plan to attend. Dinner and dessert will be served for all in attendance. (Nov. 7)

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French club will be meeting today at lunch in room 112.

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There will be a mandatory ASL Club meeting today at 11:10 in room 106. See you then!

Attention ASL students: There will be an ASL Lunch Chat this Friday from 11:00 - 11:30 in room 106. This counts as one Deaf Event. (check updates daily)

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November HOSA future health care professionals meeting will be tomorrow, 11am, Mr. Taylor's rm 111. We will begin initial signups for the Idaho state health professions conference.

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Boys basketball tryouts: Nov 9 Friday 3-5, Nov 10 Saturday 10-12.

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German Club will be selling Guido's Pizza today through Friday. Each delicious piece is only $2.50, so dig through those couch cushions and buy some pizza. (Nov. 9)

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Student council will be selling raffle tickets for VIP parking spaces every day this week at lunch.

1 ticket for $1, 5 for 3$, or 10 tickets for only 5$, what a bargain! Reserve your VIP parking spot to avoid traffic jams and cold weather as fall turns to winter. (Nov. 9)

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Air Force at CHS at lunch on Thursday

 

 

TUESDAY 11/6

Congratulations to our bowling team. Yesterday the varsity team took second place and our J.V. team took first at our first match.

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Patriots, having trouble starting or finishing that essay for English? Quit stressing over it. Go to the Centennial Homepage and click on the Patriot Writing Center link and sign up to see a writing consultant or stop by Room 204 and talk to Mr. Soza. (Nov.9)

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An informational meeting for those interest in participating in Mock Trial this year will be Thursday 11/8 at lunch. The meeting will be held in room 214. Please arrive promptly by 11:00am. If you can't make the meeting, but want to know more information about the program come see Ms. DiGrazia in room 214. (Nov. 8)

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Freshman Football End of Season Banquet is tomorrow night at 6:30 in the CHS cafeteria. Players and families please plan to attend. Dinner and dessert will be served for all in attendance. (Nov. 7)

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French club will be meeting tomorrow at lunch in room 112.

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There will be a mandatory ASL Club meeting tomorrow at 11:10 in room 106. See you then!

Attention ASL students: There will be an ASL Lunch Chat this Friday from 11:00 - 11:30 in room 106. This counts as one Deaf Event. (check updates daily)

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November HOSA future health care professionals meeting will be this Thursday, 11/08/18, 11am, Mr. Taylor's rm 111. We will begin initial signups for the Idaho state health professions conference.

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There will be an end of the season ceremony for ALL volleyball players tonight at six in the Little Theater. Bring ALL your gear to the ceremony, clean and washed. (Nov. 6)

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German Club will be selling Guido's Pizza today through Friday next week. Each delicious piece is only $2.50, so dig through those couch cushions and buy some pizza. (Nov. 9)

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Student council will be selling raffle tickets for VIP parking spaces every day this week at lunch.

1 ticket for $1, 5 for 3$, or 10 tickets for only 5$, what a bargain! Reserve your VIP parking spot to avoid traffic jams and cold weather as fall turns to winter. (Nov. 9)

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Grand Canyon University will be in the CC on tomorrow sign -up with Townsley. Navy at CHS at lunch today. Air Force at CHS at lunch on Thursday

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Please go to the home page for today’s KCTV.

 

 

MONDAY 11/5

Student council will be selling raffle tickets for VIP parking spaces every day this week at lunch.

1 ticket for $1, 5 for 3$, or 10 tickets for only 5$, what a bargain! Reserve your VIP parking spot to avoid traffic jams and cold weather as fall turns to winter.

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TSA meeting at 11:00am today in the engineering room.

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There is a snow team meeting today at lunch in room 222. Bring your friends and your lunch and come join snow team. Think Snow! (Nov. 5)

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There will be a mandatory ASL Club meeting this Wednesday, Nov. 7th at 11:10 in room 106. See you then! (check updates daily)

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November HOSA future health care professionals meeting will be this Thursday, 11/08/18, 11am, Mr. Taylor's rm 111. We will begin initial signups for the Idaho state health professions conference.

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There will be an end of the season ceremony for ALL volleyball players tomorrow at 6 pm in the Little Theater. Bring ALL your gear to the ceremony, clean and washed. (Nov. 6)

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German Club will be selling Guido's Pizza tomorrow through Friday next week. Each delicious piece is only $2.50, so dig through those couch cushions and buy some pizza. (Nov. 9)

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Coast Guard will be at CHS at lunch today. (Nov. 5)

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University of Idaho will be in the CC tomorrow. Sign up with Townsley. Grand Canyon University will be in the CC on Wednesdaysign -up with Townsley. Navy at CHS at lunch on Tuesday. Air Force at CHS at lunch on Thursday

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Seniors: Need help filling out your FAFSA (pronouced FAF - SA)? FAFSA Night is Feb. 8th 5:30 -7:00 pm need to sign-up with Townsley. (Nov. 5, and 7)

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Way to go Centennial Swimmers! The girls brought home the second place state trophy and the boys brought home the third place state trophy!

Here are some highlights:

Maya Knutson 1st place in the 500 free AND the 200 free. Josh Sutton 2nd place in the 200 free AND the 100 fly. Michael Min 4th in the 200 IM and 5th in the 100 breaststroke. Kelsey Bilodeau-Byrd 4th in the 500 free and 9th in the 100 free. Noah Rieth 9th in the 50 free and 5th in the 100 free. Josh Cunningham 4th in the 50 free and 9th in the 100 breaststroke. McKenzie Kovalsick 3rd in the 200 IM and 6th in the 100 fly .Libby Breckon 7th in the 200 IM and 8th in the 100 fly. Will Dunn 8th in the 100 back. Aamon Renshaw 10th in the 100 fly. Noah Rede 13th in the 500 freestyle. 200 medley relay boys and girls earned 4th place. Girls 200 freestyle relay of Danielle Schoenfeld, Lucy Wood, Erin Elder, and Lily Sawyer brought home 9th place. Boys 200 relay was first. Girls 400 free relay was second. Boys 400 free relay of Austin Li, Aamon Renshaw, Noah Rede, and Will Dunn brought home 8th place. Spectacular finish to the season Patriots!

 

 

 

FRIDAY 11/2

There is a snow team meeting on Monday at lunch in room 222. Bring your friends and your lunch and come join snow team. Think Snow! (Nov. 5)

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There will be a mandatory ASL Club meeting next Wednesday, Nov. 7th at 11:10 in room 106. See you then! (check updates daily)

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The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in the library, anyone is welcome!

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Sophomores HOBY essay due to Townsley by 3pm today. (Nov. 1)

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Attention all cross-country runners, your washed uniform is due to coach Herdegen by Nov. 9. After that you will receive a late fee. (Nov. 2)

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There will be an end of the season ceremony for ALL volleyball players on Tuesday Nov 6th at 6 pm in the Little Theater. Bring ALL your gear to the ceremony, clean and washed. (Nov. 6)

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German Club will be selling Guido's Pizza Tuesday through Friday next week. Each delicious piece is only $2.50, so dig through those couch cushions and buy some pizza. (Nov. 9)

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Coast Guard will be at CHS at lunch Monday Nov. 5th. (Nov. 5)

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Seniors: Need help filling out your FAFSA (pronouced FAF - SA)? FAFSA Night is Feb. 8th 5:30 -7:00 pm need to sign-up with Townsley. (Nov. 2, 5, and 7)

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY 10/31

College fair tonight at fairgrounds 5-7 pm over 100 colleges will be there.

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Sophomores HOBY essay due to Townsley by 3pm on Nov. 1st. (Nov. 1)

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YMCA Youth Legislation meeting this Friday at lunch. (Nov. 2)

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Wrestlers, the second weight certification will be held tomorrow at 3:30 in the coaches’ office by coach T. Those who have not certified yet need to attend. (Nov. 1)

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Attention all cross-country runners, your washed uniform is due to coach Herdegen by Nov. 9. After that you will receive a late fee. (Nov. 2)

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The Cross-Country team will have a PR party this Thursday 3pm on the track. Ice Cream included!!! (Oct. 31)

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Any boy planning on playing basketball this year, there will be a mandatory meeting in Coach A’s room 215 this Thursday November 1st at lunch. See you all there. (Nov. 1)

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[hold for Nov. 2] Coast Guard will be at CHS at lunch Monday Nov. 5th. (Nov. 5)

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[hold for Nov. 2] Seniors: Need help filling out your FAFSA (pronouced FAF - SA)? FAFSA Night is Feb. 8th 5:30 -7:00 pm need to sign-up with Townsley. (Nov. 2, 5, and 7)

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[hold for Nov. 9] Dutch Bros here Nov 9th at lunch. (Nov. 8)

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[recurring every Friday] The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in the library, anyone is

 

TUESDAY 10/30

The Cross Country team will have a PR party this Thursday 3pm on the track. Ice Cream included!!! (Oct. 31)

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Any boy planning on playing basketball this year, there will be a mandatory meeting in Coach A’s room 215 this Thursday November 1st at lunch. See you all there. (Nov. 1)

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Please go to the home page for today’s KCTV.

 

MONDAY 10/29

This weekend, the CHS Marching Band and Color Guard performed at the Mel Shelton District Three Marching Band Competition at BSU. Your Patriot Marching Band brought home fourth place in their division and fifth place out of 25 bands who performed as well as earning the top West Ada placement. If you want to hear them in action one more time this year, our Fall Band Concert is tomorrow (Tuesday) at 7:00 PM in the CPAC. Congratulations to our band and guard members!

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The Cross Country team will have a PR party this Wednesday 3pm on the track. Ice Cream included!!! (Oct. 31)

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Any boy planning on playing basketball this year, there will be a mandatory meeting in Coach A’s room 215 this Thursday November 1st at lunch. See you all there. (Nov. 1)

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Centennial did great at the District Swim meet Tuesday. There were Lots of personal best swims.

The 200 Medley relays were very close with Patriots taking 2nd in both the men’s and women’s.

Maya Knutson won the 200 free and the 500 freestyle events.

Josh Sutton won the 100fly. Michael Min won the 100 Breaststroke.

The Mens 200 free relay was won by the Patriots.

Overall centennial women got 4th place and the men got 3rd.

State Individual event qualifiers are:

Maya Knutson

McKenzie Kovalscik

Libby Breckon

Kelsey Byrd

Josh Cunningham

Will Dunn

Michael Min

Noah Rieth

Aamon Renshaw

Josh Sutton

Great Job Patriots!

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY 10/24

Attention all students: Do you have an interesting hobby, passion, or a fun regular weekend activity you would like to have spotlighted in the yearbook? If so, please submit photos of you, your friends, and your family doing the things you love to the yearbook staff. Email Mr. Berry or bring your pictures to room 239. (Oct. 26)

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The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in the library, anyone is welcome!

TUESDAY 10/23

Girls in stem meeting today at lunch.

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Current Centennial Bowlers and those who haven't yet signed up but want to bowl: There will be a meeting in room 205 today at lunch. Bring a lunch and hear all about the bowling schedule, how to letter, etc. (Oct. 23)

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Attention all students: Do you have an interesting hobby, passion, or a fun regular weekend activity you would like to have spotlighted in the yearbook? If so, please submit photos of you, your friends, and your family doing the things you love to the yearbook staff. Email Mr. Berry or bring your pictures to room 239. (Oct. 26)

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Please go to the home page for today’s KCTV

 

MONDAY 10/22

Congrats to Aubrey Thueson and Teija Fastabend for their performance at the district 3 cross country meet. Both qualified for the state meet in Lewiston on Saturday. Go Pat Pack!

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Wish the swimmers good luck today! Tomorrow they will be participating in districts at the YMCA. We are expecting fast times! Swimmers please be to the pool at 7 am. Go Patriots!

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The first snow team meeting of the season will be is today at lunch in room 222. Bring your friends and your lunch and come join snow team. It's time to Think Snow! (Oct. 22)

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There will be a TSA Meeting today at 11:00AM in the Engineering Room

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ATTENTION Wrestlers: The first weight certification will be held today at 3:30 after school in the locker room. ALL wrestlers who plan on wrestling need to be there. (Oct. 22)

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Current Centennial Bowlers and those who haven't yet signed up but want to bowl: There will be a meeting in room 205 Tuesday at lunch. Bring a lunch and hear all about the bowling schedule, how to letter, etc. (Oct. 23)

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Attention all students: Do you have an interesting hobby, passion, or a fun regular weekend activity you would like to have spotlighted in the yearbook? If so, please submit photos of you, your friends, and your family doing the things you love to the yearbook staff. Email Mr. Berry or bring your pictures to room 239. (Oct. 26)

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[recurring every Friday except Oct. 12] The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in the library, anyone is welcome!

 

 

FRIDAY 10/19

Attention NHS members! Don't forget to stop by Ms. Shupe's room today to show off your college gear and earn 1 inside service hour! You must check in with Ms. Shupe to get credit.

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The blood drive is on monday, so if you are interested in signing up, please see Redinger in room 110 today!

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The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in the library, anyone is welcome!

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Snow Team will be selling Guido's Pizza on today through Friday in the main hall at lunch for $2.50 per slice. Eat pizza and support snow team. (Oct. 19)

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The first snow team meeting of the season will be on Monday at lunch in room 222. Bring your friends and your lunch and come join snow team. It's time to Think Snow! (Oct. 22)

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There will be a TSA Meeting on Monday October 22 at 11:00AM in the Engineering Room

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ATTENTION Wrestlers: The first weight certification will be held this coming Monday October 22 at 3:30 after school in the locker room. ALL wrestlers who plan on wrestling need to be there. (Oct. 22)

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Hey Patriots - October is here and it's time to get spooky! And the library is just the place for that! We're having a haunted house cardboard competition, custom costume contest, and a spooky poetry slam. Stop by the library to sign up and get more information about these three events. (Oct. 20)

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Come see Image Factory's fall production of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. Midsummer, a romantic comedy, portrays the adventures (or misadventures!) of four young Athenian lovers and a group of six amateur actors who are manipulated by fairies that inhabit the forest in which most of the play is set. A Midsummer Night's Dream continues through tomorrow in the Little Theater at 7pm with an additional matinee at 1pm tomorrow. Tickets are $5.00 students/seniors, $7.00 adults. (Oct. 19)

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Attention all students: Do you have an interesting hobby, passion, or a fun regular weekend activity you would like to have spotlighted in the yearbook? If so, please submit photos of you, your friends, and your family doing the things you love to the yearbook staff. Email Mr. Berry or bring your pictures to room 239. (Oct. 26)

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Please go to the home page for today’s KCTV

 

THURSDAY 10/18

FCCLA will be running the Patriot Perks coffee and hot chocolate cart every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday before school next to the door of the concession room. Support FCClA, save time getting to school, and come buy your coffee and hot chocolate, as well as iced coffee and frozen chocolate! Thanks for your support! (Oct. 18)

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Reminder: Prospective Baseball Players – the Baseball Fruit fundraiser packets are available to be picked up at Lunch today in the main gym. (Oct. 18)

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Swing by room 113 today at lunch for a FFA meeting on upcoming events and applications. We will cover degrees, the scholarship auction, and the Creed Speaking CDE. (Oct. 18)

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Kaffeeklatschs (pronounced kah-Fay-Klotsch ) is today in the German room. If you take German and want coffee, cookies and conversation come to room 205 at lunch Thursday. (Oct. 18)

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We are still taking sign ups for bowling club. If you are interested in activity and fun, come talk to frau Rose or Mrs Childs about signing up for bowling. (Oct. 18)

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The first snow team meeting of the season will be on Monday at lunch in room 222. Bring your friends and your lunch and come join snow team. It's time to Think Snow! (Oct. 22)

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Snow Team will be selling Guido's Pizza on today through Friday in the main hall at lunch for $2.50 per slice. Eat pizza and support snow team. (Oct. 19)

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There will be a TSA Meeting on Monday October 22 at 11:00AM in the Engineering Room

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ATTENTION Wrestlers: The first weight certification will be held this coming Monday October 22 at 3:30 after school in the locker room. ALL wrestlers who plan on wrestling need to be there. (Oct. 22)

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Hey Patriots - October is here and it's time to get spooky! And the library is just the place for that! We're having a haunted house cardboard competition, custom costume contest, and a spooky poetry slam. Stop by the library to sign up and get more information about these three events. (Oct. 20)

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Come see Image Factory's fall production of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. Midsummer, a romantic comedy, portrays the adventures (or misadventures!) of four young Athenian lovers and a group of six amateur actors who are manipulated by fairies that inhabit the forest in which most of the play is set. A Midsummer Night's Dream continues through Saturday in the Little Theater at 7pm with an additional matinee at 1pm on Saturday. Tickets are $5.00 students/seniors, $7.00 adults. (Oct. 19)

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Attention all students: Do you have an interesting hobby, passion, or a fun regular weekend activity you would like to have spotlighted in the yearbook? If so, please submit photos of you, your friends, and your family doing the things you love to the yearbook staff. Email Mr. Berry or bring your pictures to room 239. (Oct. 26)

 

WEDNESDAY 10/17

NHS Member meeting is today at 11:10am in the Little Theatre. Please arrive promptly as we have a full agenda to get through.

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FCCLA will be running the Patriot Perks coffee and hot chocolate cart every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday before school next to the door of the concession room. Support FCClA, save time getting to school, and come buy your coffee and hot chocolate, as well as iced coffee and frozen chocolate! Thanks for your support! (Oct. 18)

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Swing by room 113 tomorrow at lunch for a FFA meeting on upcoming events and applications. We will cover degrees, the scholarship auction, and the Creed Speaking CDE. (Oct. 18)

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Kaffeeklatschs (pronounced kah-Fay-Klotsch ) is tomorrow in the German room. If you take german and want coffee, cookies and conversation come to room 205 at lunch Thursday. (Oct. 18)

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We are still taking sign ups for bowling club. If you are interested in activity and fun, come talk to frau Rose or Mrs Childs about signing up for bowling. (Oct. 18)

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There will be a TSA Meeting on Monday October 22 at 11:00AM in the Engineering Room

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Reminder: Prospective Baseball Players – the Baseball Fruit fundraiser packets are available to be picked up at Lunch tomorrow in the main gym. (Oct. 18)

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ATTENTION Wrestlers: The first weight certification will be held this coming Monday October 22 at 3:30 after school in the locker room. ALL wrestlers who plan on wrestling need to be there. (Oct. 22)

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Hey Patriots - October is here and it's time to get spooky! And the library is just the place for that! We're having a haunted house cardboard competition, custom costume contest, and a spooky poetry slam. Stop by the library to sign up and get more information about these three events. (Oct. 20)

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Come see Image Factory's fall production of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. Midsummer, a romantic comedy, portrays the adventures (or misadventures!) of four young Athenian lovers and a group of six amateur actors who are manipulated by fairies that inhabit the forest in which most of the play is set. A Midsummer Night's Dream runs tonight through Saturday in the Little Theater at 7pm with an additional matinee at 1pm on Saturday. Tickets are $5.00 students/seniors, $7.00 adults. (Oct. 19)

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Snow Team will be selling Guido's Pizza on today through Friday in the main hall at lunch for $2.50 per slice. Eat pizza and support snow team. (Oct. 19)

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Attention all students: Do you have an interesting hobby, passion, or a fun regular weekend activity you would like to have spotlighted in the yearbook? If so, please submit photos of you, your friends, and your family doing the things you love to the yearbook staff. Email Mr. Berry or bring your pictures to room 239. (Oct. 26)

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Tomorrow night the following colleges will be at CHS: NNU, U of I, CSI, ISU bring your parents and ask questions. (Oct. 17

 

 

TUESDAY 10/16

Congratulations to the Centennial Mountain Bike Team at the Bogus Basin State Championship. There were over 700 racers at the state finals with 23 racers representing CHS. Our top finishers: Varsity rider Jason Garner 8th place, JV Gabe Brandt, Sophomore boys Kaden Keetch 10th place and girls Lexie Bohren 9th place, and Freshman Kylie Bybee. The team showed grit and perseverance through hill climbs, fast downhills, and all the weather in between.

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Aubrey Thueson won the Winston Tilzey cross country meet last week. She also set the new course record on the Ridge with a time of 11:51. Congrats Aubrey!

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Reminder: Prospective Baseball Players – the Baseball Fruit fundraiser packets are available to be picked up at Lunch on Thursday in the main gym. (Oct. 18)

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Hey Patriots - October is here and it's time to get spooky! And the library is just the place for that! We're having a haunted house cardboard competition, custom costume contest, and a spooky poetry slam. Stop by the library to sign up and get more information about these three events. (Oct. 20)

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Sophomores you need leadership on your resumes! Here is a great opportunity it is called HOBY. It is a 3 day leadership conference in June at the College of Idaho. See Townsley for application. (Oct. 16)

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There will be an NHS member meeting tomorrow, the meeting will start promptly at 11:10am. Please bring your lunch. We will be holding elections and discussing a full calendar of upcoming events. If you can't make the meeting, please see Ms. Shupe before tomorrow. (Oct. 16)

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Come see Image Factory's fall production of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. Midsummer, a romantic comedy, portrays the adventures (or misadventures!) of four young Athenian lovers and a group of six amateur actors who are manipulated by fairies that inhabit the forest in which most of the play is set. A Midsummer Night's Dream runs tomorrow night through Saturday in the Little Theater at 7pm with an additional matinee at 1pm on Saturday. Tickets are $5.00 students/seniors, $7.00 adults. (Oct. 19)

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Snow Team will be selling Guido's Pizza on today through Friday in the main hall at lunch for $2.50 per slice. Eat pizza and support snow team. (Oct. 19)

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Attention all students: Do you have an interesting hobby, passion, or a fun regular weekend activity you would like to have spotlighted in the yearbook? If so, please submit photos of you, your friends, and your family doing the things you love to the yearbook staff. Email Mr. Berry or bring your pictures to room 239. (Oct. 26)

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Army National Guard will be in CC at lunch tomorrow.

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Thursday night the following colleges will be at CHS: NNU, U of I, CSI, ISU bring your parents and ask questions. (Oct. 17)

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Please go to the home page for today’s KCTV.

 

 

MONDAY 10/15

Sophomores you need leadership on your resumes! Here is a great opportunity it is called HOBY. It is a 3 day leadership conference in June at the College of Idaho. See Townsley for application. (Oct. 16)

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There will be an NHS member meeting on Wednesday, the meeting will start promptly at 11:10am. Please bring your lunch. We will be holding elections and discussing a full calendar of upcoming events. If you can't make the meeting, please see Ms. Shupe before Wednesday. (Oct. 16)

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Come see musical theatre's creative movement showcase tonight at seven in the little theatre. A night of poetry, storytelling and movement!

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Come see Image Factory's fall production of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. Midsummer, a romantic comedy, portrays the adventures (or misadventures!) of four young Athenian lovers and a group of six amateur actors who are manipulated by fairies that inhabit the forest in which most of the play is set. A Midsummer Night's Dream runs Oct. 17th - 20th in the Little Theater at 7pm with an additional matinee at 1pm on Oct. 20th. Tickets are $5.00 students/seniors, $7.00 adults. (Oct. 19)

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Snow Team will be selling Guido's Pizza on Tuesday through Friday in the main hall at lunch for $2.50 per slice. Eat pizza and support snow team. (Oct. 19)

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If you would like to participate in Teens Against Tobacco Use through the American Lung Association, please contact Ms. Hale in the counseling office for an application.

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Attention all students: Do you have an interesting hobby, passion, or a fun regular weekend activity you would like to have spotlighted in the yearbook? If so, please submit photos of you, your friends, and your family doing the things you love to the yearbook staff. Email Mr. Berry or bring your pictures to room 239. (Oct. 26)

 

FRIDAY 10/12

Join us for our first "Books and Bites" today at lunch in the library. Bring your lunch and meet "Pink" - the librarian from Boise Public Library who will be here to share all of her latest favorite books. Everyone is welcome.

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Girls In Stem meeting today in Ms. Fielding’s room.

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Tonight is Senior Night for the football team. Everyone, please be there for the presentations that start at 6:35. Parents should be there at 6:15. Good home team support might help us make playoffs! (Oct. 12)

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There will be an NHS member meeting on Wednesday, the meeting will start promptly at 11:10am. Please bring your lunch. We will be holding elections and discussing a full calendar of upcoming events. If you can't make the meeting, please see Ms. Shupe before Wednesday. (Oct. 16)

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Come see musical theatre's creative movement showcase Monday, October 15th at 7 in the little theatre. A night of poetry, storytelling and movement!

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Come see Image Factory's fall production of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. Midsummer, a romantic comedy, portrays the adventures (or misadventures!) of four young Athenian lovers and a group of six amateur actors who are manipulated by fairies that inhabit the forest in which most of the play is set. A Midsummer Night's Dream runs Oct. 17th - 20th in the Little Theater at 7pm with an additional matinee at 1pm on Oct. 20th. Tickets are $5.00 students/seniors, $7.00 adults. (Oct. 19)

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Snow Team will be selling Guido's Pizza on Tuesday through Friday in the main hall at lunch for $2.50 per slice. Eat pizza and support snow team. (Oct. 19)

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If you would like to participate in Teens Against Tobacco Use through the American Lung Association, please contact Ms. Hale in the counseling office for an application.

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Writing a strong essay takes time. When you work on it by yourself it often leaves one frustrated and stressed out. Patriots, that is an old approach to the writing process. There's a better way and the Patriot Writing Center is here to help. Stop by room 204 and schedule your appointment with a writing consultant who will listen to you and help you become a better writer. Remember, teamwork makes the dream work. (Oct. 12)

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Attention all students: Do you have an interesting hobby, passion, or a fun regular weekend activity you would like to have spotlighted in the yearbook? If so, please submit photos of you, your friends, and your family doing the things you love to the yearbook staff. Email Mr. Berry or bring your pictures to room 239. (Oct. 26)

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SENIORS next week is college application week. Monday and Thursday during government class you will be going to computer lab to apply to a college. Go to government class first. What you need:

* Social Security Number

* If you took concurrent credits at the college you are applying to you need the user name and password, you used to set up the con-current account.

 

Seniors if you don't have a government class and would like to apply to a college next week see Townsley ASAP for a time slot.

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[hold for Oct. 17] NHS Member meeting is today at 11:10am in the Little Theatre. Please arrive promptly as we have a full agenda to get through.

[recurring every Friday except Oct. 12] The Gay/Straight Alliance will be meeting today in the library, anyone is welcome!

 

 

THURSDAY 10/11

The deadline for the 2nd session of West Ada Drivers Ed is today at 3pm. If you would like to be considered for a seat in the class, make sure that you are registered on the West Ada Web site under the parent/student tab. If you have any questions, please refer to the district’s web page or you may call 208-340-0164 or email Drivers Ed at driversed@westada.org. (Oct. 11)

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This Friday is Senior Night for the football team. Everyone, please be there for the presentations that start at 6:35. Parents should be there at 6:15. Good home team support might help us make playoffs! (Oct. 12)

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Good luck to the Centennial Mountain Bike Team at the State Championship this Saturday at Bogus Basin. Come watch the girls race at 9am or the boys starting at 12:30. Pedal hard and enjoy the ride!

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Dutch bros will be here at lunch on Friday -come support Mtn Bike Team!

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ATTENTION wrestlers and those interested in wrestling this year. Coach Blue will be holding a meeting in the wrestling room today at lunch. Please bring your lunch and attend. Important information will be given in the meeting about the upcoming season. (Oct. 11)

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If you are participating in QUIZ BOWL, meeting today at lunch in Fielding’s room, also Girls in STEM meeting on Friday in fielding’s room.

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German Club is meeting today at lunch. If you are enrolled in German this semester, come enjoy food and fun in room 205... you know the one with the big castle door.

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There will be a brief Baseball meeting at Lunch in the main gym today…important information provided. See you there. (Oct. 11)

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Bowling Club is starting! Today at 3:30 we will be having a bowling bash at Big Als. If you are interested in bowling, friendships and activity, come to Big Als Thursday at 3:30. If you want more information about bowling this season, talk with Frau Rose, Mrs. Childs or captains Trent Brown and Cooper Morey. (Oct. 11)

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Air force here at lunch today.

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HOSA future health care professionals will meet today, Mr. Taylor's rm (111), @ 11am. Competitive Event discussions, Oct 17 HOSA/Sports Med day, and Idaho State University Health Science night will be discussed. (Oct. 11)

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Come see musical theatre's creative movement showcase Monday, October 15th at 7 in the little theatre. A night of poetry, storytelling and movement!

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The fall blood drive will be on Monday October 22nd! Please go sign up in the library for a time as spots will go quickly! If you have questions, see Mrs Redinger in room 110 (Oct. 22)

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If you would like to participate in Teens Against Tobacco Use through the American Lung Association, please contact Ms. Hale in the counseling office for an application.

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Writing a strong essay takes time. When you work on it by yourself it often leaves one frustrated and stressed out. Patriots, that is an old approach to the writing process. There's a better way and the Patriot Writing Center is here to help. Stop by room 204 and schedule your appointment with a writing consultant who will listen to you and help you become a better writer. Remember, teamwork makes the dream work. (Oct. 12)

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Attention all students: Do you have an interesting hobby, passion, or a fun regular weekend activity you would like to have spotlighted in the yearbook? If so, please submit photos of you, your friends, and your family doing the things you love to the yearbook staff. Email Mr. Berry or bring your pictures to room 239. (Oct. 26)

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SENIORS next week is college application week. Monday and Thursday during government class you will be going to computer lab to apply to a college. Go to government class first. What you need:

* Social Security Number

* If you took concurrent credits at the college you are applying to you need the user name and password you used to set up the con-current account.

 

Seniors if you don't have a government class and would like to apply to a college next week see Townsley ASAP for a time slot.

 

WEDNESDAY 10/10-PSAT TESTING; ANNOUNCEMENTS READ IN CLASS

FCCLA Members meet at lunch in room 102 - treats provided.

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Come see Image Factory's fall showcase, A Night of Physical Theater. If you're up for something a little different come check out this showcase of short stories told mainly through physicality. Love, loss, rain, lightning, comedy, tragedy, evolution, shoes, road trips and much more! Tonight at 7pm in the Little Theater. Admission is free!

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The Centennial Swim Team had a clean sweep last night against Meridian and Caldwell. The women’s and men’s teams both had double wins. The team is picking up momentum with one more meet before districts! Way to go Patriots! (Oct. 10)

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There will be a brief Baseball meeting at Lunch in the main gym tomorrow…important information provided. See you there. (Oct. 11)

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Bowling Club is starting! Tomorrow at 3:30 we will be having a bowling bash at Big Als. If you are interested in bowling, friendships and activity, come to Big Als Thursday at 3:30. If you want more information about bowling this season, talk with Frau Rose, Mrs. Childs or captains Trent Brown and Cooper Morey. (Oct. 11)

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ATTENTION wrestlers and those interested in wrestling this year. Coach Blue will be holding a meeting in the wrestling room tomorrow at lunch. Please bring your lunch and attend. Important information will be given in the meeting about the upcoming season. (Oct. 11)

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HOSA future health care professionals will meet tomorrow, Mr. Taylor's rm (111), @ 11am. Competitive Event discussions, Oct 17 HOSA/Sports Med day, and Idaho State University Health Science night will be discussed. (Oct. 11)

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This Friday is Senior Night for the football team. Everyone, please be there for the presentations that start at 6:35. Parents should be there at 6:15. Good home team support might help us make playoffs! (Oct. 12)

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The fall blood drive will be on Monday October 22nd! Please go sign up in the library for a time as spots will go quickly! If you have questions, see Mrs Redinger in room 110

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The deadline for the 2nd session of West Ada Drivers Ed is tomorrow at 3pm. If you would like to be considered for a seat in the class, make sure that you are registered on the West Ada Web site under the parent/student tab. If you have any questions, please refer to the district’s web page or you may call 208-340-0164 or email Drivers Ed at driversed@westada.org. (Oct. 11)

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Writing a strong essay takes time. When you work on it by yourself it often leaves one frustrated and stressed out. Patriots, that is an old approach to the writing process. There's a better way and the Patriot Writing Center is here to help. Stop by room 204 and schedule your appointment with a writing consultant who will listen to you and help you become a better writer. Remember, teamwork makes the dream work. (Oct. 12)

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Attention all students: Do you have an interesting hobby, passion, or a fun regular weekend activity you would like to have spotlighted in the yearbook? If so, please submit photos of you, your friends, and your family doing the things you love to the yearbook staff. Email Mr. Berry or bring your pictures to room 239. (Oct. 26)

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TUESDAY 10/9

PSAT testing is this Wednesday, October 10th. Sophomores taking the test have been assigned to a classroom where they must report by 7:45 Wednesday morning to take the test. Please look at the list posted outside of the counseling office to find your name and room assignment. All juniors will be taking the test in the foyer of the CPAC. Students who do not have a first period classroom because their room is being used for testing, please report to the little theater. If you are a traveling student, you will remain at Centennial all day in the little theater. We will not be transporting students that day. Students please review the guidelines for approved calculators that can be used during the test. Please be respectful of those testing and try to be quiet during passing periods. (Oct. 9)

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Writing a strong essay takes time. When you work on it by yourself it often leaves one frustrated and stressed out. Patriots, that is an old approach to the writing process. There's a better way and the Patriot Writing Center is here to help. Stop by room 204 and schedule your appointment with a writing consultant who will listen to you and help you become a better writer. Remember, teamwork makes the dream work.

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Come see Image Factory's fall showcase, A Night of Physical Theater. If you're up for something a little different come check out this showcase of short stories told mainly through physicality. Love, loss, rain, lightning, comedy, tragedy, evolution, shoes, road trips and much more! Tonight and tomorrow at 7pm in the Little Theater. Admission is free!

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BPA meeting today at lunch in Mr. Adona’s room.

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Attention ASL Students: There will be an ASL lunch chat today from 11:00-11:30 in room 106. This counts as one Deaf event.

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The swim team is going to make waves at the pool tonight against Meridian and Caldwell. Warm ups start at 4 pm. Our senior recognition is right before the meet starts at 5 pm. Go Patriots!

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There will be a brief Baseball meeting at Lunch in the main gym on Thursday, 10/11…important information provided. See you there.

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Bowling Club is starting! This Thursday at 3:30 we will be having a bowling bash at Big Als. If you are interested in bowling, friendships and activity, come to Big Als Thursday at 3:30. If you want more information about bowling this season, talk with Frau Rose, Mrs. Childs or captains Trent Brown and Cooper Morey. (Oct. 11)

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HOSA future health care professionals will meet this Thursday, 10/11/18, Mr. Taylor's rm (111), @ 11am. Competitive Event discussions, Oct 17 HOSA/Sports Med day, and Idaho State University Health Science night will be discussed. (Oct. 11)

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The deadline for the 2nd session of West Ada Drivers Ed is Thursday Oct 11th at 3pm. If you would like to be considered for a seat in the class, make sure that you are registered on the West Ada Web site under the parent/student tab. If you have any questions, please refer to the district’s web page or you may call 208-340-0164 or email Drivers Ed at driversed@westada.org. (Oct. 11)

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Attention all students: Do you have an interesting hobby, passion, or a fun regular weekend activity you would like to have spotlighted in the yearbook? If so, please submit photos of you, your friends, and your family doing the things you love to the yearbook staff. Email Mr. Berry or bring your pictures to room 239. (Oct. 26)

 

MONDAY 10/8

PSAT testing is this Wednesday, October 10th. Sophomores taking the test have been assigned to a classroom where they must report by 7:45 Wednesday morning to take the test. Please look at the list posted outside of the counseling office to find your name and room assignment. All juniors will be taking the test in the foyer of the CPAC. Students who do not have a first period classroom because their room is being used for testing, please report to the little theater. If you are a traveling student, you will remain at Centennial all day in the little theater. We will not be transporting students that day. Students please review the guidelines for approved calculators that can be used during the test. Please be respectful of those testing and try to be quiet during passing periods. (Oct. 9)

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Meridian Youth Advisory Council has a meeting tonight from 6:00 to 7:30. There are meetings every 2nd and 4th Monday!

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Bowling Club is starting! This Thursday at 3:30 we will be having a bowling bash at Big Als. If you are interested in bowling, friendships and activity, come to Big Als Thursday at 3:30. If you want more information about bowling this season, talk with Frau Rose, Mrs. Childs or captains Trent Brown and Cooper Morey. (Oct. 11)

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HOSA future health care professionals will meet this Thursday, 10/11/18, Mr. Taylor's rm (111), @ 11am. Competitive Event discussions, Oct 17 HOSA/Sports Med day, and Idaho State University Health Science night will be discussed. (Oct. 11)

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The deadline for the 2nd session of West Ada Drivers Ed is Thursday Oct 11th at 3pm. If you would like to be considered for a seat in the class, make sure that you are registered on the West Ada Web site under the parent/student tab. If you have any questions, please refer to the district’s web page or you may call 208-340-0164 or email Drivers Ed at driversed@westada.org. (Oct. 11)

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There are PSAT and National Merit Exam study guides in the Counseling Center. (Oct. 3)

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Attention all students: Do you have an interesting hobby, passion, or a fun regular weekend activity you would like to have spotlighted in the yearbook? If so, please submit photos of you, your friends, and your family doing the things you love to the yearbook staff. Email Mr. Berry or bring your pictures to room 239. (Oct. 26)

 

 

WEDNESDAY 10/3

Seniors if you have not filled out a measurement form for your cap and gown, please see the bookkeeper this week. This is for your height and weight. Very Important

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Attention ASL students: The second ASL Club meeting is today during lunch from 11:10 - 11:40 in room 106. Please pay the bookkeeper your $5 club fee and bring your receipt. Bring ideas to design our club T-shirt. See you then.

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The deadline for the 2nd session of West Ada Drivers Ed is Thursday Oct 11th at 3pm. If you would like to be considered for a seat in the class, make sure that you are registered on the West Ada Web site under the parent/student tab. If you have any questions, please refer to the district’s web page or you may call 208-340-0164 or email Drivers Ed at driversed@westada.org. (Oct. 11)

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There are PSAT and National Merit Exam study guides in the Counseling Center. (Oct. 3)

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Attention all students: Do you have an interesting hobby, passion, or a fun regular weekend activity you would like to have spotlighted in the yearbook? If so, please submit photos of you, your friends, and your family doing the things you love to the yearbook staff. Email Mr. Berry or bring your pictures to room 239. (Oct. 26)

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Please be safe while enjoying your four-day weekend.

 

 

TUESDAY 10/2

Centennial Mountain Bike Team beat out Timberline and Capital High Schools this weekend. Kaden Keetch took the podium for 2nd place! The teams top finishers are Jason Garner, Gabe Brandt, Kaden Keetch, Lexie Bohren, Kaleb Zanders, and Kylie Bybee. Congratulations riders!

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Attention ASL students: The second ASL Club meeting is tomorrow during lunch from 11:10 - 11:40 in room 106. Please pay the bookkeeper your $5 club fee and bring your receipt. Bring ideas to design our club T-shirt. See you then.

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Sweet Liberty is having a fundraising night at Chipotle tonight. We'd love for as many people to see it as possible! (Oct. 2)

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The deadline for the 2nd session of West Ada Drivers Ed is Thursday Oct 11th at 3pm. If you would like to be considered for a seat in the class, make sure that you are registered on the West Ada Web site under the parent/student tab. If you have any questions, please refer to the district’s web page or you may call 208-340-0164 or email Drivers Ed at driversed@westada.org. (Oct. 11)

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There are PSAT and National Merit Exam study guides in the Counseling Center. (Oct. 3)

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Attention all students: Do you have an interesting hobby, passion, or a fun regular weekend activity you would like to have spotlighted in the yearbook? If so, please submit photos of you, your friends, and your family doing the things you love to the yearbook staff. Email Mr. Berry or bring your pictures to room 239. (Oct. 26)

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Navy in career center at lunch today. Army in career center tomorrow.

 

 

MONDAY 10/1

Patriot Perks will be selling coffee and hot chocolate in the front hallway before school on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday starting tomorrow. Your purchase will support FCCLA: Family, Community and Career Leaders of America. Plan to buy your coffee or hot chocolate before school tomorrow!

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FCA is today at lunch in Redingers room, 110! Bring your food and come have a blast!

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Attention ASL Club members. Wear your ASL T-shirt Tuesday, Oct. 2nd. It's ASL Club day on Tuesday, and club meeting on Wednesday.

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Attention ASL students: The second ASL Club meeting is Wednesday, Oct. 3rd. during lunch from 11:10 - 11:40 in room 106. Please pay the bookkeeper your $5 club fee and bring your receipt. Bring ideas to design our club T-shirt. See you then.

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Sweet Liberty is having a fundraising night at Chipotle tomorrow evening. We'd love for as many people to see it as possible! (Oct. 2)

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The deadline for the 2nd session of West Ada Drivers Ed is Thursday Oct 11th at 3pm. If you would like to be considered for a seat in the class, make sure that you are registered on the West Ada Web site under the parent/student tab. If you have any questions, please refer to the district’s web page or you may call 208-340-0164 or email Drivers Ed at driversed@westada.org. (Oct. 11)

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There are PSAT and National Merit Exam study guides in the Counseling Center. (Oct. 3)

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Attention all students: Do you have an interesting hobby, passion, or a fun regular weekend activity you would like to have spotlighted in the yearbook? If so, please submit photos of you, your friends, and your family doing the things you love to the yearbook staff. Email Mr. Berry or bring your pictures to room 239. (Oct. 26)

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FRIDAY 9/28

The library is closed today for all library services. Online learners and EL students can still work in the library during class, but we are closed at lunch and after school. If you need to check out a book, you'll need to wait until Monday.

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Girls in STEM meeting today at lunch

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YMCA Youth Leg. Meeting today at lunch in Career Center. (Sept. 28)

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The Patriot Writing Center will be holding its Super Saturday Training for new and returning writing consultants tomorrow from 8:30 am to noon. If you are interested in becoming a writing consultant, the Super Saturday Training is a good place to start. If interested, sign up in room 204 with Mr. Soza. (Sept. 28)

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The deadline for the 2nd session of West Ada Drivers Ed is Thursday Oct 11th at 3pm. If you would like to be considered for a seat in the class, make sure that you are registered on the West Ada Web site under the parent/student tab. If you have any questions, please refer to the district’s web page or you may call 208-340-0164 or email Drivers Ed at driversed@westada.org.

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Sweet Liberty is having a fundraising night at Chipotle on October 2nd. We'd love for as many people to see it as possible! (Oct. 2)

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Attention ASL students: The second ASL Club meeting is Wednesday, Oct. 3rd. during lunch from 11:10 - 11:40 in room 106. Please pay the bookkeeper your $5 club fee and bring your receipt. Bring ideas to design our club T-shirt. See you then.

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There are PSAT and National Merit Exam study guides in the Counseling Center. (Oct. 3)

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FCA, or Fellowship of Christian Athletes is having their first meeting on Monday at lunch! Come join us for music, games, a lesson, and lots of encouragement! Bring your lunch and come have the time of your life! ANYONE is welcome to join! (Sept. 28)

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So, what did you do this summer for fun? Whether you traveled abroad or stayed home to relax, Yearbook wants your photos! Please email Mr. Berry or bring your summer pics to room 239 ASAP! (Sept. 28)

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Attention all students: Do you have an interesting hobby, passion, or a fun regular weekend activity you would like to have spotlighted in the yearbook? If so, please submit photos of you, your friends, and your family doing the things you love to the yearbook staff. Email Mr. Berry or bring your pictures to room 239. (Oct. 26)

 

 

THURSDAY 9/27

The Centennial Mountain Bike Team has their fourth race this weekend at Jug Mountain. Good Luck Patriots and Pedal Hard! (Sept. 27)

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Quiz Bowl meeting today at lunch (Sept. 27)

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There are PSAT and National Merit Exam study guides in the Counseling Center. (Oct. 3)

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YMCA Youth Leg. Meeting tomorrow at lunch in Career Center. (Sept. 28)

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The Patriot Writing Center will be holding its Super Saturday Training for new and returning writing consultants this Saturday, September 29th from 8:30 am to noon. If you are interested in becoming a writing consultant, the Super Saturday Training is a good place to start. If interested, sign up in room 204 with Mr. Soza. (Sept. 28)

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FCA, or Fellowship of Christian Athletes is having their first meeting on Monday at lunch! Come join us for music, games, a lesson, and lots of encouragement! Bring your lunch and come have the time of your life! ANYONE is welcome to join! (Sept. 28)

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So, what did you do this summer for fun? Whether you traveled abroad or stayed home to relax, Yearbook wants your photos! Please email Mr. Berry or bring your summer pics to room 239 ASAP! (Sept. 28)

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Sweet Liberty is having a fundraising night at Chipotle on October 2nd. We'd love for as many people to see it as possibl

 

 

WEDNESDAY 9/26

Congrats to the Varsity team on beating Boise last night! Great job ladies!!

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Centennial swim team ruled the pool last night! Both the girls and the boys teams beat Capital and Borah. Way to go Patriots!

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For those interested in playing baseball this spring, there will be a brief meeting on Wednesday at lunch in the large gym….bring your lunch and find out some important information about the upcoming season. (Sept. 26)

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There are PSAT and National Merit Exam study guides in the Counseling Center. (Oct. 3)

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YMCA Youth Leg. Meeting this Friday at lunch in Career Center. (Sept. 28)

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The Patriot Writing Center will be holding its Super Saturday Training for new and returning writing consultants this Saturday, September 29th from 8:30 am to noon. If you are interested in becoming a writing consultant, the Super Saturday Training is a good place to start. If interested, sign up in room 204 with Mr. Soza. (Sept. 28)

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FCA, or Fellowship of Christian Athletes is having their first meeting on Monday at lunch! Come join us for music, games, a lesson, and lots of encouragement! Bring your lunch and come have the time of your life! ANYONE is welcome to join! (Sept. 28)

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So, what did you do this summer for fun? Whether you traveled abroad or stayed home to relax, Yearbook wants your photos! Please email Mr. Berry or bring your summer pics to room 239 ASAP! (Sept. 28)

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Sweet Liberty is having a fundraising night at Chipotle on October 2nd. We'd love for as many people to see it as possible! (Oct. 2)

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Marines in Career Center at lunch on Wed. (Sept. 26)

 

TUESDAY 9/25

The Patriot swim team will be churning up the pool against Capital and Borah tonight at the West Y. Warm Ups start at 4 pm and the meet starts at 5 pm. Go Patriots!

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For those interested in playing baseball this spring, there will be a brief meeting on Wednesday at lunch in the large gym….bring your lunch and find out some important information about the upcoming season. (Sept. 26)

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Key Club Meeting today in room 223 at lunch. (Sept. 25)

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The Patriot Writing Center will be holding its Super Saturday Training for new and returning writing consultants this Saturday, September 29th from 8:30 am to noon. If you are interested in becoming a writing consultant, the Super Saturday Training is a good place to start. If interested, sign up in room 204 with Mr. Soza. (Sept. 28)

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FCA, or Fellowship of Christian Athletes is having their first meeting on Monday at lunch! Come join us for music, games, a lesson, and lots of encouragement! Bring your lunch and come have the time of your life! ANYONE is welcome to join! (Sept. 28)

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Reminder: If you are participating in Sources of Strength this school year, you must have your permission slip into Ms. Hale in the counseling office today. (Sept. 25)

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Science Bowl meeting in room 210 today at lunch, Quiz Bowl meeting Thursday at lunch, Girls in STEM meeting Friday at lunch

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So, what did you do this summer for fun? Whether you traveled abroad or stayed home to relax, Yearbook wants your photos! Please email Mr. Berry or bring your summer pics to room 239 ASAP! (Sept. 28)

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Juniors and seniors micron job shadow opportunity see Townsley. (Sept. 25)

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Sweet Liberty is having a fundraising night at Chipotle on October 2nd. We'd love for as many people to see it as possible! (Oct. 2)

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Marines in Career Center at lunch on Wed. (Sept. 26)

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Idaho State University here Thursday at 10:30 sign-up with Townsley

 

MONDAY 9/24

If you're helping with the Ag Expo at the Meridian CTC this week, there is a lunch meeting today in room 113 to go over the details. Please swing by to attend!

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The Patriot Writing Center will be holding its Super Saturday Training for new and returning writing consultants this Saturday, September 29th from 8:30 am to noon. If you are interested in becoming a writing consultant, the Super Saturday Training is a good place to start. If interested, sign up in room 204 with Mr. Soza. (Sept. 28)

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Key Club Meeting tomorrow in room 223 at lunch. (Sept. 25)

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Reminder: If you are participating in Sources of Strength this school year, you must have your permission slip into Ms. Hale in the counseling office by tomorrow. (Sept. 25)

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Join other Centennial students with common interests engaged in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The Technology Student Association (TSA) is a national organization of students who take the study of STEM beyond the classroom and provide opportunities to pursue academic challenges. Together, members work on competitive events, attend conferences, and learn and apply leadership skills. TSA competitions include categories such as Biotechnology Design, Career Prep, Coding, Digital Photography, Dragster Design, Flight, Leadership Strategies, Medical Technology, Prepared Presentation, Software Development, Technology Problem Solving, Video Game Design, Webmaster, and much more. If you have participated in the past or are interested in participating this year, please come to the information meeting today at 11:00AM in the Engineering Room or contact Mr. Cunningham, engineering teacher. (Sept. 24)

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YO, YO, YO! This is Sara here to talk about MYAC, meridian mayors youth advisory council! Would you like to be more involved in your community? And, be given an opportunity to voice your opinions and ideas with the leaders of your community to make a difference? MYAC focus on teen activities, community service opportunities and helping government officials make decisions. If you think this is for you our next meeting is tonight at meridian city hall, all meetings start at 6:00-7:30. Can’t wait to see you all there! More information on meridiancity.org/MYAC (Sept. 24)

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So, what did you do this summer for fun? Whether you traveled abroad or stayed home to relax, Yearbook wants your photos! Please email Mr. Berry or bring your summer pics to room 239 ASAP! (Sept. 28)

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Juniors and seniors micron job shadow opportunity see Townsley.

 

 

FRIDAY 9/21

Attention all girls who want to play softball this year! We are having a mandatory informational meeting at lunch in Coach McFarland's room 234 today. We will discuss Fall and Winter workouts and tryouts. It will be short but bring your lunch. (Sept. 21)

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If you are interested in a quiz bowl or science bowl competition AND you would like to be involved in The Girls in STEM club at CHS, please come to room 210, Ms. Fielding’s room at lunch today for more information. (Sept. 21)

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YMCA Youth Leg. meeting today at lunch in the Career Center. (Sept. 21)

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Key Club Meeting, Tuesday September 25th in room 223 at lunch.

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Reminder: If you are participating in Sources of Strength this school year, you must have your permission slip into Ms. Hale in the counseling office by Tuesday, September 25th

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Join other Centennial students with common interests engaged in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The Technology Student Association (TSA) is a national organization of students who take the study of STEM beyond the classroom and provide opportunities to pursue academic challenges. Together, members work on competitive events, attend conferences, and learn and apply leadership skills. TSA competitions include categories such as Biotechnology Design, Career Prep, Coding, Digital Photography, Dragster Design, Flight, Leadership Strategies, Medical Technology, Prepared Presentation, Software Development, Technology Problem Solving, Video Game Design, Webmaster, and much more. If you have participated in the past or are interested in participating this year, please come to the information meeting Monday September 24 at 11:00AM in the Engineering Room or contact Mr. Cunningham, engineering teacher. (Sept. 24)

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YO, YO, YO! This is Sara here to talk about MYAC, meridian mayors youth advisory council! Would you like to be more involved in your community? And, be given an opportunity to voice your opinions and ideas with the leaders of your community to make a difference? MYAC focus on teen activities, community service opportunities and helping government officials make decisions. If you think this is for you our next meeting is September 24th at meridian city hall, all meetings start at 6:00-7:30. Can’t wait to see you all there! More information on meridiancity.org/MYAC (Sept. 24)

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The Library has a new fish and we want you to help name it. All this week you can come to the library and vote for one of these five choices: Gillbert, King Henry the Fish, Cheeto, Bepis Guppy Gupperson, or Dwight. Help choose the name of our brand new Library fish! (Sept. 21)

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So, what did you do this summer for fun? Whether you traveled abroad or stayed home to relax, Yearbook wants your photos! Please email Mr. Berry or bring your summer pics to room 239 ASAP! (Sept. 28)

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DEADLINES

PSAT for juniors - must pay the bookkeeper today at 3pm.

FAST FORWARD - must request funds by today for concurrent credit and on-line classes.

 

THURSDAY 9/20

Freshman Volleyball beat Eagle last night. Woohoo!

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All Juniors who plan to take the PSAT on October 10th need to pay the bookkeeper by tomorrow. Sophomores, if you haven't picked up your PSAT study guide from the Career Center please do that soon. The PSAT will be taking place on October 10th. (Sept. 20)

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Attention all girls who want to play softball this year! We are having a mandatory informational meeting at lunch in Coach McFarland's room 234 tomorrow. We will discuss Fall and Winter workouts and tryouts. It will be short but bring your lunch. (Sept. 21)

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If you are interested in a quiz bowl or science bowl competition AND you would like to be involved in The Girls in STEM club at CHS, please come to room 210, Ms. Fielding’s room at lunch tomorrow for more information. (Sept. 21)

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YMCA Youth Leg. meeting tomorrow at lunch in the Career Center. (Sept. 21)

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Key Club Meeting, Tuesday September 25th in room 223 at lunch.

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Reminder: If you are participating in Sources of Strength this school year, you must have your permission slip into Ms. Hale in the counseling office by Tuesday, September 25th

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Join other Centennial students with common interests engaged in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The Technology Student Association (TSA) is a national organization of students who take the study of STEM beyond the classroom and provide opportunities to pursue academic challenges. Together, members work on competitive events, attend conferences, and learn and apply leadership skills. TSA competitions include categories such as Biotechnology Design, Career Prep, Coding, Digital Photography, Dragster Design, Flight, Leadership Strategies, Medical Technology, Prepared Presentation, Software Development, Technology Problem Solving, Video Game Design, Webmaster, and much more. If you have participated in the past or are interested in participating this year, please come to the information meeting Monday September 24 at 11:00AM in the Engineering Room or contact Mr. Cunningham, engineering teacher. (Sept. 24)

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The Library has a new fish and we want you to help name it. All this week you can come to the library and vote for one of these five choices: Gillbert, King Henry the Fish, Cheeto, Bepis Guppy Gupperson, or Dwight. Help choose the name of our brand new Library fish! (Sept. 21)

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So, what did you do this summer for fun? Whether you traveled abroad or stayed home to relax, Yearbook wants your photos! Please email Mr. Berry or bring your summer pics to room 239 ASAP! (Sept. 28)

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DEADLINES

PSAT for juniors - must pay the bookkeeper $15 by Friday at 3pm.

FAST FORWARD - must request funds by tomorrow for concurrent credit and on-line classes.

 

WEDNESDAY 9/19

NHS Member meeting is today at 11:10am in the Little Theatre. Please arrive promptly as we have a full agenda to get through.

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All Juniors who plan to take the PSAT on October 10th need to pay the bookkeeper by this Friday the 21st. Sophomores, if you haven't picked up your PSAT study guide from the Career Center please do that soon. The PSAT will be taking place on October 10th. (Sept. 20)

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Congrats to the Sophomore and JV volleyball teams on beating Borah last night. Way to go ladies!

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Attention all girls who want to play softball this year! We are having a mandatory informational meeting at lunch in Coach McFarland's room 234 this Friday the 21st. We will discuss Fall and Winter workouts and tryouts. It will be short but bring your lunch. (Sept. 21)

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Any boy interested in playing basketball this upcoming season there will be a meeting in room 215 today at Lunch. We will inform you about open gyms. If you are playing a fall sport you do not need to attend . (Sept. 19)

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If you are interested in a quiz bowl or science bowl competition AND you would like to be involved in The Girls in STEM club at CHS, please come to room 210, Ms. Fielding’s room, at lunch on Friday, September 21, for more information. (Sept. 21)

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Join other Centennial students with common interests engaged in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The Technology Student Association (TSA) is a national organization of students who take the study of STEM beyond the classroom and provide opportunities to pursue academic challenges. Together, members work on competitive events, attend conferences, and learn and apply leadership skills. TSA competitions include categories such as Biotechnology Design, Career Prep, Coding, Digital Photography, Dragster Design, Flight, Leadership Strategies, Medical Technology, Prepared Presentation, Software Development, Technology Problem Solving, Video Game Design, Webmaster, and much more. If you have participated in the past or are interested in participating this year, please come to the information meeting Monday September 24 at 11:00AM in the Engineering Room or contact Mr. Cunningham, engineering teacher. (Sept. 24)

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The Library has a new fish and we want you to help name it. All this week you can come to the library and vote for one of these five choices: Gillbert, King Henry the Fish, Cheeto, Bepis Guppy Gupperson, or Dwight. Help choose the name of our brand new Library fish! (Sept. 21)

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So, what did you do this summer for fun? Whether you traveled abroad or stayed home to relax, Yearbook wants your photos! Please email Mr. Berry or bring your summer pics to room 239 ASAP! (Sept. 28)

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YMCA Youth Leg. meeting Friday at lunch in the Career Center. (Sept. 21)

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DEADLINES

PSAT for juniors - must pay the bookkeeper $15 by Friday at 3pm.

FAST FORWARD - must request funds by this Friday for concurrent credit and on-line classes.

 

 

TUESDAY 9/18

FA Members- if you are going to Dairy Judging tomorrow, swing by room 113 today at lunch for our last practice! Remember to be at the Meridian High School CTC tomorrow by 7:15 am for this event, and to bring a jacket and lunch!

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All Juniors who plan to take the PSAT on October 10th need to pay the bookkeeper by this Friday the 21st. Sophomores, if you haven't picked up your PSAT study guide from the Career Center please do that soon. The PSAT will be taking place on October 10th. (Sept. 20)

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The Centennial Mountain Bike Team showed true grit this past weekend in Sun Valley. Sophomore Kaden Keetch podiumed in 5th place out of 80 riders! Freshman Kylie Bybee, JV Gabe Brandt, and Varsity Jason Garner were the top racers in their division. Jason Garner is in the top 10 in the overall race series. Way to go Patriots!

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Attention all girls who want to play softball this year! We are having a manadatory informational meeting at lunch in Coach McFarland's room 234 this Friday the 21st. We will discuss Fall and Winter workouts and tryouts. It will be short but bring your lunch. (Sept. 21)

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Any boy interested in playing basketball this upcoming season there will be a meeting in room 215 tomorrow at Lunch. We will inform you about open gyms. If you are playing a fall sport you do not need to attend . (Sept. 19)

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If you are interested in a quiz bowl or science bowl competition AND you would like to be involved in The Girls in STEM club at CHS, please come to room 210, Ms. Fielding’s room, at lunch on Friday, September 21, for more information. (Sept. 21)

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There will be an NHS member meeting tomorrow, the meeting will start promptly at 11:10am. Please bring your lunch. Also, just a reminder NHS summer hours are due NO later than 3:00pm tomorrow 9/19, no exceptions will be made. If you can't make the meeting please see Ms. DiGrazia before Wednesday. (Sept. 19)

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Join other Centennial students with common interests engaged in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The Technology Student Association (TSA) is a national organization of students who take the study of STEM beyond the classroom and provide opportunities to pursue academic challenges. Together, members work on competitive events, attend conferences, and learn and apply leadership skills.

TSA competitions include categories such as Biotechnology Design, Career Prep, Coding, Digital Photography, Dragster Design, Flight, Leadership Strategies, Medical Technology, Prepared Presentation, Software Development, Technology Problem Solving, Video Game Design, Webmaster, and much more. If you have participated in the past or are interested in participating this year, please come to the information meeting Monday September 24 at 11:00AM in the Engineering Room or contact Mr. Cunningham, engineering teacher. (Sept. 24)

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The Library has a new fish and we want you to help name it. All this week you can come to the library and vote for one of these five choices: Gillbert, King Henry the Fish, Cheeto, Bepis Guppy Gupperson, or Dwight. Help choose the name of our brand new Library fish! (Sept. 21)

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So, what did you do this summer for fun? Whether you traveled abroad or stayed home to relax, Yearbook wants your photos! Please email Mr. Berry or bring your summer pics to room 239 ASAP! (Sept. 28)

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Oregon State here Thursday

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DEADLINES

PSAT for juniors - must pay the bookkeeper $15 by Friday at 3pm.

FAST FORWARD - must request funds by this Friday for concurrent credit and on-line classes.

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Please go to the home page for today’s KCTV.

 

MONDAY 9/17

Freshman VB won 6 straight matches and finished 2nd place at the Rocky Mountain Tournament this Saturday. They play Skyview tonight at home.

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Any boy interested in playing basketball this upcoming season there will be a meeting in room 215 this Wednesday at Lunch. We will inform you about open gyms. If you are playing a fall sport you do not need to attend . (Sept. 19)

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If you are interested in a quiz bowl or science bowl competition AND you would like to be involved in The Girls in STEM club at CHS, please come to room 210, Ms. Fielding’s room, at lunch on Friday, September 21, for more information. (Sept. 21)

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There will be an NHS member meeting on Wednesday, the meeting will start promptly at 11:10am. Please bring your lunch. Also, just a reminder NHS summer hours are due NO later than 3:00pm on Wednesday 9/19, no exceptions will be made. If you can't make the meeting please see Ms. DiGrazia before Wednesday. (Sept. 19)

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The Library has a new fish and we want you to help name it. All this week you can come to the library and vote for one of these five choices: Gillbert, King Henry the Fish, Cheeto, Bepis Guppy Gupperson, or Dwight. Help choose the name of our brand new Library fish! (Sept. 21)

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So, what did you do this summer for fun? Whether you traveled abroad or stayed home to relax, Yearbook wants your photos! Please email Mr. Berry or bring your summer pics to room 239 ASAP! (Sept. 28)

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FRIDAY 9/14

Congratulations to the Sophomore and JV volleyball teams on beating Timberline last night! Amazing job ladies!!

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BPA: Go to Mrs. Paseman's room 230 today at lunch to find out which BPA event is perfect for you! Officers will be there to help!

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FFA members - if you're interested in attending the dairy cattle contest next Wednesday, head to room 113 today at lunch to practice! (Sept. 14)

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ATTENTION ASL STUDENTS: There will be an ASL lunch chat today in room 106 from 11:00 - 11:30. This counts as one Deaf event. See you there! (Sept. 14)

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So, what did you do this summer for fun? Whether you traveled abroad or stayed home to relax, Yearbook wants your photos! Please email Mr. Berry or bring your summer pics to room 239 ASAP! (Sept. 28)

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There will be a YMCA Youth Government meeting today at lunch in the Career Center - we are taking role so PLEASE come. (Sept. 14)

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Lewis Clark State College here today at 10:30 (Sept. 14)

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Paul Mitchell school of cosmetology here today at lunch (Sept. 14)

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Air Force here today at lunch (Sept.14)

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Please go to the home page for today’s KCTV

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[hold for Sept.17] If you are interested in a quiz bowl or science bowl competition AND you would like to be involved in The Girls in STEM club at CHS, please come to room 210, Ms. Fielding’s room, at lunch on Friday, September 21, for more information. (Sept. 21)

 

 

THURSDAY 9/13

The Centennial Swim team had a great meet on Tuesday night. The men's team beat both Timberline and Rocky, while the ladies beat Rocky and lost by 8 points to Timberline. There were many first place swims and relays. The next meet is the 25th against Capital and Borah. Way to go Patriot swimmers! ++++

BPA: Go to Mrs. Paseman's room 230 anytime this week at lunch to find out which BPA event is perfect for you! Officers will be there to help!

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FFA members - if you're interested in attending the dairy cattle contest next Wednesday, head to room 113 tomorrow at lunch to practice! (Sept. 14)

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Tomorrow is our first Kaffeeklatsch (pronounced kah-fay-klotch) in the German room. If you take German and want to just hang out, drink coffee, eat cookies, and speak German, come to room 205 at lunch today....you know the one with the big castle door. (Set. 13)

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The September HOSA future health care professionals meeting is today, Mr. Taylor's rm 111, @ 11am. Important initial information will be discussed. If you're interested in our Centennial health care leadership organization, please look to attend today’s meeting.

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ATTENTION ASL STUDENTS: There will be an ASL lunch chat tomorrow in room 106 from 11:00 - 11:30. This counts as one Deaf event. See you there! (Sept. 14)

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So, what did you do this summer for fun? Whether you traveled abroad or stayed home to relax, Yearbook wants your photos! Please email Mr. Berry or bring your summer pics to room 239 ASAP! (Sept. 28)

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There will be a YMCA Youth Government meeting tomorrow at lunch in the Career Center - we are taking role so PLEASE come. (Sept. 13)

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College of Idaho here today at 10:30

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Army Nat. Guard here today at lunch

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Lewis Clark State College here tomorrow at 10:30 (Sept. 13)

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Paul Mitchell school of cosmetology here tomorrow at lunch (Sept. 13)

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Air Force here tomorrow at lunch (Sept.13

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[hold for Sept.17] If you are interested in a quiz bowl or science bowl competition AND you would like to be involved in The Girls in STEM club at CHS, please come to room 210, Ms. Fielding’s room, at lunch on Friday, September 21, for more information. (Sept. 21)

 

 

WEDNESDAY 9/12

BPA: Go to Mrs. Paseman's room 230 anytime this week at lunch to find out which BPA event is perfect for you! Officers will be there to help!

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FFA members - if you're interested in attending the dairy cattle contest next Wednesday, head to room 113 today and Friday at lunch to practice! (Sept. 14)

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FCCLA meeting in room 102 at lunch on today - Come join the fun! (Sept. 12)

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Have you ever wanted to explore haunted houses, build vast empires, cure mutating diseases, smuggle cursed goods across borders, or become and international spy? Achieve all of this and more at the CHS Board Game Club! We meet in the library on Wednesdays from 3:00-4:30. For questions, see Mr. Walker in Room 116 or Mrs. Brings out in the band room! (Sept. 12)

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Tomorrow at lunch time there is a Patriot Writing Center meeting for all returning and interested consultants. If you are interested in joining the Patriot Writing Center, please come to Room 204 during lunch tomorrow for an informational meeting. (Sept. 12)

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Tomorrow is our first Kaffeeklatsch (pronounced kah-fay-klotch) in the German room. If you take German and want to just hang out, drink coffee, eat cookies, and speak German, come to room 205 at lunch tomorrow....you know the one with the big castle door. (Set. 13)

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The September HOSA future health care professionals meeting is tomorrow, Mr. Taylor's rm 111, @ 11am. Important initial information will be discussed. If you're interested in our Centennial health care leadership organization, please look to attend tomorrow’s meeting.

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ATTENTION ASL STUDENTS: There will be an ASL lunch chat this Friday Sept. 14th in room 106 from 11:00 - 11:30. This counts as one Deaf event. See you there! (Sept. 14)

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So, what did you do this summer for fun? Whether you traveled abroad or stayed home to relax, Yearbook wants your photos! Please email Mr. Berry or bring your summer pics to room 239 ASAP! (Sept. 28)

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[hold for Sept.17] If you are interested in a quiz bowl or science bowl competition AND you would like to be involved in The Girls in STEM club at CHS, please come to room 210, Ms. Fielding’s room, at lunch on Friday, September 21, for more information. (Sept. 21)

 

TUESDAY 9/11

Congratulations to the Centennial Mountain Bike Team this past weekend at the Grand Targhee bike race! Varsity rider, Jason Garner, JV rider Gabe Brandt, Sophomore rider Kaden Keetch, and Freshman rider Kylie Bybee were the top riders in their divisions bringing in the most points for their divisions. Way to Send It Patriots!

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Centennial swim teams dives into action tonight against Timberline. Warms up start at 4, with the meet beginning at 5pm at the YMCA. Go Patriots!

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BPA: Go to Mrs. Paseman's room 230 anytime this week at lunch to find out which BPA event is perfect for you! Officers will be there to help!

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Thursday at lunch time there is a Patriot Writing Center meeting for all returning and interested consultants. If you are interested in joining the Patriot Writing Center, please come to Room 204 during lunch this Thursday for an informational meeting. (Sept. 12)

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FCCLA meeting in room 102 at lunch on Wednesday - Come join the fun! (Sept. 12)

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Have you ever wanted to explore haunted houses, build vast empires, cure mutating diseases, smuggle cursed goods across borders, or become and international spy? Achieve all of this and more at the CHS Board Game Club! We meet in the library on Wednesdays from 3:00-4:30. For questions, see Mr. Walker in Room 116 or Mrs. Brings out in the band room! (Sept. 12)

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This Thursday is our first Kaffeeklatsch (pronounced kah-fay-klotch) in the German room. If you take German and want to just hang out, drink coffee, eat cookies, and speak German, come to room 205 at lunch on Thursday....you know the one with the big castle door. (Set. 13)

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The September HOSA future health care professionals meeting will be this Thursday, Mr. Taylor's rm 111, @ 11am. Important initial information will be discussed. If you're interested in our Centennial health care leadership organization, please look to attend this Thursday's meeting.

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ATTENTION ASL STUDENTS: There will be an ASL lunch chat this Friday Sept. 14th in room 106 from 11:00 - 11:30. This counts as one Deaf event. See you there! (Sept. 14)

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So, what did you do this summer for fun? Whether you traveled abroad or stayed home to relax, Yearbook wants your photos! Please email Mr. Berry or bring your summer pics to room 239 ASAP! (Sept. 28)

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Juniors or seniors who hold elected positions if you would like to sit for the United States Senate Youth Program Exam see Townsley for date and time. (Sept. 11)

 

MONDAY 9/10

If you received the free Adobe apps last year, but are not taking a video production class this year, please see Mr. Adona today. Otherwise, your account will be deleted this evening.

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BPA: Go to Mrs. Paseman's room 230 anytime this week at lunch to find out which BPA event is perfect for you! Officers will be there to help!

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The September HOSA future health care professionals meeting will be this Thursday, Mr. Taylor's rm 111, @ 11am. Important initial information will be discussed. If you're interested in our Centennial health care leadership organization, please look to attend this Thursday's meeting.

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ATTENTION ASL STUDENTS: There will be an ASL lunch chat this Friday Sept. 14th in room 106 from 11:00 - 11:30. This counts as one Deaf event. See you there!

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So, what did you do this summer for fun? Whether you traveled abroad or stayed home to relax, Yearbook wants your photos! Please email Mr. Berry or bring your summer pics to room 239 ASAP! (Sept. 28)

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Juniors or seniors who hold elected positions if you would like to sit for the United States Senate Youth Program Exam see Townsley for date and time. (Sept. 11)

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CWI will be here 10:30 tomorrow. (Sept. 10)

 

 

FRIDAY 9/7

Homecoming Week is concludes this weekend. Today we have an awesome assembly right after lunch. Please go to third period so that roll can be taken before the assembly. Later this afternoon we’ll have a terrific tailgate party with food, games, and more. Then let’s all cheer for varsity football team as they play Timberline. Kickoff is at 7:00. Finally go to a fantastic dance Saturday night.

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Sweet Liberty will be painting faces for the HOCO Football game at the Booster tailgate party starting at 5 for ONLY $1!!!!!

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Congrats to the sophomore and Varaity volleyball teams on beating Rocky Mountain last night! Great job ladies! Thank you to all our fans for the amazing support too!!!

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Good luck to the Centennial Mountain Bike Team at the GRAND CHARGE mountain bike race in Grand Targhee, Wyoming Saturday.

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Today is the last day to turn in your Spirit Wear order form! You will look amazing when you get your “SPIRIT ON!!!” Your Centennial Boosters are selling awesome, fun, newly designed SPIRIT WEAR NOW!

Pick up the order form at the front office or online at the BOOSTERS website. Get your order completed and turned in to the office by today at 3p.m., so you can get your awesome spirit wear by October 3rd!

Thank YOU!!!

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So, what did you do this summer for fun? Whether you traveled abroad or stayed home to relax, Yearbook wants your photos! Please email Mr. Berry or bring your summer pics to room 239 ASAP! (Sept. 28)

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Juniors or seniors who hold elected positions if you would like to sit for the United States Senate Youth Program Exam see Townsley for date and time. (Sept. 11)

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Everyone is part of a family, and FCCLA is the only national Career and Technical Student Organization with the family as its central focus. Come develop skills for life through: character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, and career preparation. Join Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America. Come join us for lunch on Wednesday, September 12 in room 102. (Sept. 7)

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The Patriot Writing Center is looking for writing consultants. Consultants engage writers in conversations that will help them develop their writing. If writing is your strength and you enjoy conversation, sign up to become a writing consultant. If interested, come to Room 204 and talk to Mr. Soza. (Sept. 7)

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Please help to keep the yellow-painted area in the parking lot clear throughout the fall semester; this is the only practice field for our marching band. Also, you MUST have your cars moved off that area by 3:15 PM each day! That means you need to move cars before your afternoon sports practices begin. (Sept. 7)

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Join YMCA Youth Government. We are a club that provides students realistic and interactive experience learning about our state government both legislative and judicial branches. Open to everyone. First meeting today at lunch in the Career Center. COME JOIN US and learn what we are about. (Sept. 7)

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BSU will be in the Career Center on Monday at 10:30. Sign-up with Townsley

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CWI will be here 10:30 on Tuesday. (Sept. 10)

 

THURSDAY 9/6

So what did you do this summer for fun? Whether you traveled abroad or stayed home to relax, Yearbook wants your photos! Please email Mr. Berry or bring your summer pics to room 239 ASAP! (Sept. 28)

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West Ada’s girls rugby inaugural season begins today. Centennial plays Meridian at Heritage Middle School beginning at 5:30.

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Homecoming Week is nearing conclusion. Tomorrow dress up in your favorite USA Friday outfit, attend an awesome assembly, cheer for varsity football team, and go to a fantastic dance.

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“It’s time to get your SPIRIT ON!!!” Your Centennial Boosters are selling awesome, fun, newly designed SPIRIT WEAR NOW! Pick up the order form at the front office or online at the BOOSTERS website.

Get your order completed and turned in to the office by this Friday September 7th , so you can get your awesome spirit wear by October 3rd! Thank YOU!!! (Sept. 7 update wording Friday per email)

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Those who are interested in joining the Young Democrats, please attend our first today at lunch in room 222 (Spingla's room). Get involved in the political process and make your voices heard in this election year. We hope to see you at lunch today. (Sept. 6)

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German Club is holding their first meeting of the year today at lunch. If you are interested in holding a position in German Club or simply to vote the right person into office, bring your lunch and come to Room 205, you know... the big castle door.... (Sept. 6)

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The Centennial Academic Decathlon Team will be holding an informational meeting for new and returning members today during lunch. Come to room 116 to learn about this year’s subject and how you can participate. The competition is low-commitment and looks great on a college application. Once more, that’s today at lunch in room 116. See Mr. Walker if you have any questions. (Sept. 6)

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Everyone is part of a family, and FCCLA is the only national Career and Technical Student Organization with the family as its central focus. Come develop skills for life through: character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, and career preparation. Join Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America. Come join us for lunch on Wednesday, September 12 in room 102. (Sept. 7)

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The Patriot Writing Center is looking for writing consultants. Consultants engage writers in conversations that will help them develop their writing. If writing is your strength and you enjoy conversation, sign up to become a writing consultant. If interested, come to Room 204 and talk to Mr. Soza. (Sept. 7)

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Please help to keep the yellow-painted area in the parking lot clear throughout the fall semester; this is the only practice field for our marching band. Also, you MUST have your cars moved off that area by 3:15 PM each day! That means you need to move cars before your afternoon sports practices begin. (Sept. 7)

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Join YMCA Youth Government. We are a club that provides students realistic and interactive experience learning about our state government both legislative and judicial branches. Open to everyone. First meeting tomorrow at lunch in the Career Center. COME JOIN US and learn what we are about. (Sept. 7)

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Juniors great leadership opportunity for you through the Boise Leadership Academy - see Townsley for info. (Sept. 6)

 

 

WEDNESDAY 9/5

ALL students who do not have a photo ID badge will be called, alphabetically by grade level, throughout the day, to have their photo taken in the south gym.

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Your Centennial Boosters want you to know that we are taking orders for awesome, fun, newly designed SPIRIT WEAR! Pick up the order form at the front office or See all the fantastic Spirit Wear options online at the Centennial Patriot BOOSTERS website and get your order form there. All orders are due to office this Friday, September 7th! Orders to be delivered to you by October 3rd. 

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Homecoming Week continues. Tomorrow is Jersey Thursday. Friday dress up in your favorite USA Friday outfit.

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Congratulations to the varsity volleyball team, sweeping Mountain View 3 sets to 0 in a home match against Mountain View last night.

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Centennial mens swim team won against Capital and Nampa Unified last night. The girls also had a great meet with some fast relay times and swims. It was a great way to start the swim season! Go Patriots!

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Attention ASL students: Our first ASL Club of the year will meet today from 11:00 -11:30 in room 106. Come join ASL Club! (Sept. 5)

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Those who are interested in joining the Young Democrats, please attend our first meeting which is this Thursday at lunch in room 222 (Spingla's room). Get involved in the political process and make your voices heard in this election year. We hope to see you at lunch tomorrow. (Sept. 6)

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German Club is holding their first meeting of the year tomorrow at lunch. If you are interested in holding a position in German Club or simply to vote the right person into office, bring your lunch and come to Room 205, you know... the big castle door.... (Sept. 6)

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The Centennial Academic Decathlon Team will be holding an informational meeting for new and returning members tomorrow during lunch. Come to room 116 to learn about this year’s subject and how you can participate. The competition is low-commitment and looks great on a college application. Once more, that’s Thursday at lunch in room 116. See Mr. Walker if you have any questions. (Sept. 6)

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Everyone is part of a family, and FCCLA is the only national Career and Technical Student Organization with the family as its central focus. Come develop skills for life through: character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, and career preparation. Join Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America. Come join us for lunch on Wednesday, September 12 in room 102. (Sept. 7)

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The Patriot Writing Center is looking for writing consultants. Consultants engage writers in conversations that will help them develop their writing. If writing is your strength and you enjoy conversation, sign up to become a writing consultant. If interested, come to Room 204 and talk to Mr. Soza. (Sept. 7)

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Please help to keep the yellow-painted area in the parking lot clear throughout the fall semester; this is the only practice field for our marching band. Also, you MUST have your cars moved off that area by 3:15 PM each day! That means you need to move cars before your afternoon sports practices begin. (Sept. 7)

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Join YMCA Youth Government. We are a club that provides students realistic and interactive experience learning about our state government both legislative and judicial branches. Open to everyone. First

meeting will be this Friday at lunch in the Career Center. COME JOIN US and learn what we are about. (Sept. 5, Sept. 7)

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Army will be in the CC at lunch today. (Sept. 5)

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Dartmouth College a private Ivy League research University located in beautiful New Hampshire will be visiting CHS on September 6th - sign-up with Townsley in CC. (Sept. 5)

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Still room to sign-up to hear about Dartmouth College - they will be here Thursday - sign up with Townsley (Sept. 5)

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[hold for Sept. 6] Juniors great leadership opportunity for you through the Boise Leadership Academy - see Townsley for info. (Sept. 6)

 

 

TUESDAY 9/4

Homecoming Week starts today, which means it’s time to dress up and show your school spirit leading up to the assembly and game on Friday! Thanks to those of you wearing your favorite Traveling Tuesday attire. Remember:

Wednesday: “On Wednesdays We Wear Pink” (Pink Wednesday)

Thursday: Jersey Thursday

Friday: USA Friday

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Explore the exciting world of business, computer science, or video production. Compete, travel, and make new friends. Join Business Professionals of America! BPA’s first meeting is today at lunch in Mr. Adona’s room, room 120. We can’t wait to see you there!

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Attention ASL students: Our first ASL Club of the year will meet tomorrow, September 5th from 11:00 -11:30 in room 106. Come join ASL Club! (Sept. 5)

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German Club is holding their first meeting of the year Thursday at lunch. If you are interested in holding a position in German Club or simply to vote the right person into office, bring your lunch and come to Room 205, you know... the big castle door.... (Sept. 6)

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The Centennial Academic Decathlon Team will be holding an informational meeting for new and returning members this Thursday the 6th during lunch. Come to room 116 to learn about this year’s subject and how you can participate. The competition is low-commitment and looks great on a college application. Once more, that’s Thursday at lunch in room 116. See Mr. Walker if you have any questions. (Sept. 6)

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The Patriot Writing Center is looking for writing consultants. Consultants engage writers in conversations that will help them develop their writing. If writing is your strength and you enjoy conversation, sign up to become a writing consultant. If interested, come to Room 204 and talk to Mr. Soza. (Sept. 7)

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Please help to keep the yellow-painted area in the parking lot clear throughout the fall semester; this is the only practice field for our marching band. Also, you MUST have your cars moved off that area by 3:15 PM each day! That means you need to move cars before your afternoon sports practices begin. (Sept. 7)

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The Centennial swim team kicks off their season tonight at the West Y at 5:00pm. We will be swimming against Capital. We are looking forward to a night of fast swims. Go Patriots!

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Join YMCA Youth Government. We are a club that provides students realistic and interactive experience learning about our state government both legislative and judicial branches. Open to everyone. First meeting will be this Friday at lunch in the Career Center. COME JOIN US and learn what we are about. (Sept. 4, Sept. 5, Sept. 7)

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Army will be in the CC at lunch on Wednesday (Sept. 5)

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Now please go to the home page for today’s KCTV.

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[hold for Sept. 5] Dartmouth College a private Ivy League research University located in beautiful New Hampshire will be visiting CHS on September 6th - sign-up with Townsley in CC. (Sept. 5)

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[hold for Sept. 5] Still room to sign-up to hear about Dartmouth College - they will be here Thursday - sign up with Townsley (Sept. 5)

 

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[hold for Sept. 6] Juniors great leadership opportunity for you through the Boise Leadership Academy - see Townsley for info. (Sept. 6)

 

FRIDAY 8/31

The Patriot Writing Center is looking for writing consultants. Consultants engage writers in conversations that will help them develop their writing. If writing is your strength and you enjoy conversation, sign up to become a writing consultant. If interested, come to Room 204 and talk to Mr. Soza. (Sept. 7)

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Congrats to the Sophomore and Varsity volleyball teams on their wins against Meridian last night! Way to go Patriots!!

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Let’s all support our varsity football team tonight as they take on the Skyview Hawks tonight at 7:00 here at home.

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Homecoming Week is next week, which means it’s time to dress up and show your school spirit leading up to the assembly and game on Friday! Dress up days are:

Tuesday: Traveling Tuesday

Wednesday: “On Wednesdays We Wear Pink” (Pink Wednesday)

Thursday: Jersey Thursday

Friday: USA Friday

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Explore the exciting world of business, computer science, or video production. Compete, travel, and make new friends. Join Business Professionals of America! BPA’s first meeting is September 4th, next Tuesday, at lunch in Mr. Adona’s room, room 120. We can’t wait to see you there!

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German Club is holding their first meeting of the year Thursday, September 6 at lunch. If you are interested in holding a position in German Club or simply to vote the right person into office, bring your lunch and come to Room 205, you know... the big castle door.... (Sept. 6)

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Attention ASL students: Our first ASL Club of the year will meet Wednesday, September 5th from 11:00 -11:30 in room 106. Come join ASL club. We will be voting for two juniors and two seniors as nominees for Homecoming. (Sept. 5)

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Come join Cross Country and get dead sexy legs and abs! Sign up with Coach Herdegen in room 104 or Coach Mabey in room 233. (September 5)

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Please help to keep the yellow-painted area in the parking lot clear throughout the fall semester; this is the only practice field for our marching band. Also, you MUST have your cars moved off that area by 3:15 PM each day! That means you need to move cars before your afternoon sports practices begin. (Sept. 7)

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All Student Drivers must have a parking permit to park on the CHS campus.

* You will receive your permits from Mrs. Mortenson, her office is now located on the corner of Liberty/Declaration Ave, across from Rm. 106.

* Parking Permits are to be purchased through the Bookkeeper

* The parking permit application forms can be found on the CHS website under Parent/Student tab

* Bring the receipt and completed form to Mrs. Mortenson in the Security Office and she will issue the permit.

* If you are a travelling student, because you attend another school during the day, please fill out the appropriate forms that you can find in the Main Office, and return them to Mrs. Mortenson.

If you have any questions please see Mrs. Mortenson (August 31)

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Now please go to the home page for today’s KCTV.

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[hold for Sept. 5] Dartmouth College a private Ivy League research University located in beautiful New Hampshire will be visiting CHS on September 6th - sign-up with Townsley in CC. (Sept. 5)

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THURSDAY 8/30

Announcements

August 30, 2018

 

Those interested in playing girls Lacrosse. There will be a quick meeting in Ms. Coddens room 232 at lunch on today! (August 30)

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Are you interested in joining FFA at Centennial? Were you involved last year and want re-join this year? Find out about this organization and what's happening in the next month today at lunch in room 113! (August 30)

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Homecoming Week is next week, which means it’s time to dress up and show your school spirit leading up to the assembly and game on Friday! Dress up days are:

Tuesday: Traveling Tuesday

Wednesday: “On Wednesdays We Wear Pink” (Pink Wednesday)

Thursday: Jersey Thursday

Friday: USA Friday

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Explore the exciting world of business, computer science, or video production. Compete, travel, and make new friends. Join Business Professionals of America! BPA’s first meeting is September 4th, next Tuesday, at lunch in Mr. Adona’s room, room 120. We can’t wait to see you there!

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Would you like to be a part of a making a positive impact by serving others in your school and community? Key Club is a fun way to give back, build leadership skills, and make a difference. Please see Mrs. Hale in the counseling office for an application to join!

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Attention ASL students: Our first ASL Club of the year will meet Wednesday, September 5th from 11:00 -11:30 in room 106. Come join ASL club. We will be voting for two juniors and two seniors as nominees for Homecoming. (Sept. 5)

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Come join Cross Country and get dead sexy legs and abs! Sign up with Coach Herdegen in room 104 or Coach Mabey in room 233. (September 5)

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Please help to keep the yellow-painted area in the parking lot clear throughout the fall semester; this is the only practice field for our marching band. Also, you MUST have your cars moved off that area by 3:15 PM each day! That means you need to move cars before your afternoon sports practices begin. (Sept. 7)

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All Student Drivers must have a parking permit to park on the CHS campus.

* You will receive your permits from Mrs. Mortenson, her office is now located on the corner of Liberty/Declaration Ave, across from Rm. 106.

* Parking Permits are to be purchased through the Bookkeeper

* The parking permit application forms can be found on the CHS website under Parent/Student tab

* Bring the receipt and completed form to Mrs. Mortenson in the Security Office and she will issue the permit.

* If you are a travelling student, because you attend another school during the day, please fill out the appropriate forms that you can find in the Main Office, and return them to Mrs. Mortenson.

If you have any questions please see Mrs. Mortenson (August 31)

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REALLY important the Fast Forward portal opens today for paying for concurrent credit and overload high school classes. It will close September 21 DO NOT PROCRASTINATE. If you are taking concurrent credit through CWI and it is a year long class you sign up for Fast Forward in Jan. All AP exams in Jan. not now. If you need help see Townsley. (August 30)

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[hold for Sept. 5] Dartmouth College a private Ivy League research University located in beautiful New Hampshire will be visiting CHS on September 6th - sign-up with Townsley in CC. (Sept. 5)

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[hold for August 31] German Club is holding their first meeting of the year Thursday, September 6 at lunch. If you are interested in holding a position in German Club or simply to vote the right person into office, bring your lunch and come to Room 205, you know... the big castle door.... (Sept. 6)

 

 

WEDNESDAY 8/29

Homecoming Week is next week, which means it’s time to dress up and show your school spirit leading up to the assembly and game on Friday! Dress up days are:

Tuesday: Traveling Tuesday

Wednesday: “On Wednesdays We Wear Pink” (Pink Wednesday)

Thursday: Jersey Thursday

Friday: USA Friday

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Looking for a new club? Want to learn about the world? Join international club! Bring your lunch to the library today at lunch. All are welcome.

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Are you interested in joining FFA at Centennial? Were you involved last year and want re-join this year? Find out about this organization and what's happening in the next month tomorrow at lunch in room 113! (August 30)

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Explore the exciting world of business, computer science, or video production. Compete, travel, and make new friends. Join Business Professionals of America! BPA’s first meeting is September 4th, next Tuesday, at lunch in Mr. Adona’s room, room 120. We can’t wait to see you there!

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Would you like to be a part of a making a positive impact by serving others in your school and community? Key Club is a fun way to give back, build leadership skills, and make a difference. Please see Mrs. Hale in the counseling office for an application to join!

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Those interested in playing girls Lacrosse. There will be a quick meeting in Ms. Coddens room 232 at lunch on tomorrow! (August 30)

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Congrats to our sophomore volleyball team on their win against Eagle last night!!

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Come join Cross Country and get dead sexy legs and abs! Sign up with Coach Herdegen in room 104 or Coach Mabey in room 233. (September 5)

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Please help to keep the yellow-painted area in the parking lot clear throughout the fall semester; this is the only practice field for our marching band. Also, you MUST have your cars moved off that area by 3:15 PM each day! That means you need to move cars before your afternoon sports practices begin. (Sept. 7)

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All Student Drivers must have a parking permit to park on the CHS campus.

* You will receive your permits from Mrs. Mortenson, her office is now located on the corner of Liberty/Declaration Ave, across from Rm. 106.

* Parking Permits are to be purchased through the Bookkeeper

* The parking permit application forms can be found on the CHS website under Parent/Student tab

* Bring the receipt and completed form to Mrs. Mortenson in the Security Office and she will issue the permit.

* If you are a travelling student, because you attend another school during the day, please fill out the appropriate forms that you can find in the Main Office, and return them to Mrs. Mortenson.

If you have any questions please see Mrs. Mortenson (August 31)

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[hold for August 30] REALLY important the Fast Forward portal opens today for paying for concurrent credit and overload high school classes. It will close September 21 DO NOT PROCRASTINATE. If you are taking concurrent credit through CWI and it is a year long class you sign up for Fast Forward in Jan. All AP exams in Jan. not now. If you need help see Townsley. (August 30)

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[hold for Sept. 5] Dartmouth College a private Ivy League research University located in beautiful New Hampshire will be visiting CHS on September 6th - sign-up with Townsley in CC. (Sept. 5

TUESDAY 8/28

Those interested in playing girls Lacrosse. There will be a quick meeting in Ms. Coddens room 232 at lunch on Thursday! (August 30)

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Are you interested in joining FFA at Centennial? Were you involved last year and want re-join this year? Find out about this organization and what's happening in the next month this Thursday at lunch in room 113! (August 30)

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Please help to keep the yellow-painted area in the parking lot clear throughout the fall semester; this is the only practice field for our marching band. Also, you MUST have your cars moved off that area by 3:15 PM each day! That means you need to move cars before your afternoon sports practices begin. (Sept. 7)

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All Student Drivers must have a parking permit to park on the CHS campus.

* You will receive your permits from Mrs. Mortenson, her office is now located on the corner of Liberty/Declaration Ave, across from Rm. 106.

* Parking Permits are to be purchased through the Bookkeeper

* The parking permit application forms can be found on the CHS website under Parent/Student tab

* Bring the receipt and completed form to Mrs. Mortenson in the Security Office and she will issue the permit.

* If you are a travelling student, because you attend another school during the day, please fill out the appropriate forms that you can find in the Main Office, and return them to Mrs. Mortenson.

If you have any questions please see Mrs. Mortenson (August 31)

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Come join Cross Country and get dead sexy legs and abs! Sign up with Coach Herdegen in room 104 or Coach Mabey in room 233. (September 5)

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Townsley has several new jobs on the job board outside CC come check it out (August 28)

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REALLY important the Fast Forward portal opens today for paying for concurrent credit and overload high school classes. It will close September 21 DO NOT PROCRASTINATE. If you are taking concurrent credit through CWI and it is a year long class you sign up for Fast Forward in Jan. All AP exams in Jan. not now. If you need help see Townsley. (August 28, August 30)

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Dartmouth College a private Ivy League research University located in beautiful New Hampshire will be visiting CHS on September 6th - sign-up with Townsley in CC. (August 28, Sept. 5)

 

 

MONDAY 8/27

Attention ASL students: There will be an ASL Club meeting this Wednesday from 11:00 -11:30 in room 106. Come join ASL club. We will be voting for two juniors and two seniors as nominees for Homecoming. (August 29)

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Please help to keep the yellow-painted area in the parking lot clear throughout the fall semester; this is the only practice field for our marching band. Also, you MUST have your cars moved off that area by 3:15 PM each day! That means you need to move cars before your afternoon sports practices begin. (Sept. 7)

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All Student Drivers must have a parking permit to park on the CHS campus.

* You will receive your permits from Mrs. Mortenson, her office is now located on the corner of Liberty/Declaration Ave, across from Rm. 106.

* Parking Permits are to be purchased through the Bookkeeper

* The parking permit application forms can be found on the CHS website under Parent/Student tab

* Bring the receipt and completed form to Mrs. Mortenson in the Security Office and she will issue the permit.

* If you are a travelling student, because you attend another school during the day, please fill out the appropriate forms that you can find in the Main Office, and return them to Mrs. Mortenson.

If you have any questions please see Mrs. Mortenson (August 31)

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This year a new and exciting choir is beginning! If you are interested in singing Advanced Men's music then this group is for you! This advanced singing group will be singing Barbershop and acapella music. We will be meeting in the choir room for an informational meeting. Tuesday morning at 7:10am. Come and bring your friends. All are welcome, not just boys. If you have questions, ask Cader Dunkley or Ms. Lowe. (August 28)

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Come join Cross Country and get dead sexy legs and abs! Sign up with Coach Herdegen in room 104 or Coach Mabey in room 233. (September 5)

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Townsley has several new jobs on the job board outside CC come check it out (August 28)

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REALLY important the Fast Forward portal opens today for paying for concurrent credit and overload high school classes. It will close September 21 DO NOT PROCRASTINATE. If you are taking concurrent credit through CWI and it is a year long class you sign up for Fast Forward in Jan. All AP exams in Jan. not now. If you need help see Townsley. (August27, August 28, August 30)

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Dartmouth College a private Ivy League research University located in beautiful New Hampshire will be visiting CHS on September 6th - sign-up with Townsley in CC. (August 27, August 28, Sept. 5)

 

FRIDAY 8/24

This weekend the Centennial Mountain Bike Team will have their first race at Magic Mountain in Twin Falls. They have been practicing all summer and are ready to go. Good luck to our racers!

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Attention all Freshmen interested in Student Council: Applications are due today in Mrs. Mcwilliams’s room #208. We would love to have students who are dedicated to spreading school pride and creating an awesome environment for our student body!

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Welcome back CHS! Please help to keep the yellow-painted area in the parking lot clear throughout the fall semester; this is the only practice field for our marching band. Also, you MUST have your cars moved off that area by 4:00 PM each day! That means you need to move cars before your afternoon sports practices begin. (Sept. 7)

++++

All Student Drivers must have a parking permit to park on the CHS campus.

* You will receive your permits from Mrs. Mortenson, her office is now located on the corner of Liberty/Declaration Ave, across from Rm. 106.

* Parking Permits are to be purchased through the Bookkeeper

* The parking permit application forms can be found on the CHS website under Parent/Student tab

* Bring the receipt and completed form to Mrs. Mortenson in the Security Office and she will issue the permit.

* If you are a travelling student, because you attend another school during the day, please fill out the appropriate forms that you can find in the Main Office, and return them to Mrs. Mortenson.

If you have any questions please see Mrs. Mortenson (August 31)

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This year a new and exciting choir is beginning! If you are interested in singing Advanced Men's music then this group is for you! This advanced singing group will be singing Barbershop and acapella music. We will be meeting in the choir room for an informational meeting. Tuesday morning at 7:10am. Come and bring your friends. All are welcome, not just boys. If you have questions, ask Cader Dunkley or Ms. Lowe. (August 28)

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Congratulations to the varsity football team. They kicked off the season last night by defeating Boise High. They’ll play their first home game next Friday against Skyview.

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The cross country team will be in action tomorrow morning as they run in the Jimmy Driscoll Classic at Bishop Kelly High School. The meet starts at 10:00.

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Come join Cross Country and get dead sexy legs and abs! Sign up with Coach Herdegen in room 104 or Coach Mabey in room 233. (September 5)

 

 

THURSDAY 8/23

Attention all Freshmen interested in Student Council: Applications are due THIS FRIDAY in Mrs. Mcwilliams’s room #208. We would love to have students who are dedicated to spreading school pride and creating an awesome environment for our student body! (August 25)

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Welcome back CHS! Please help to keep the yellow-painted area in the parking lot clear throughout the fall semester; this is the only practice field for our marching band. Also, you MUST have your cars moved off that area by 4:00 PM each day! That means you need to move cars before your afternoon sports practices begin. (Sept. 7)

++++

All Student Drivers must have a parking permit to park on the CHS campus.

* You will receive your permits from Mrs. Mortenson, her office is now located on the corner of Liberty/Declaration Ave, across from Rm. 106.

* Parking Permits are to be purchased through the Bookkeeper

* The parking permit application forms can be found on the CHS website under Parent/Student tab

* Bring the receipt and completed form to Mrs. Mortenson in the Security Office and she will issue the permit.

* If you are a travelling student, because you attend another school during the day, please fill out the appropriate forms that you can find in the Main Office, and return them to Mrs. Mortenson.

If you have any questions please see Mrs. Mortenson (August 31)

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For students interested in the first session of drivers education: the Registration deadline is today. To register, go to the District Web page, under the Parent/Student Tab and follow the directions. Student that are placed will be notified via email on Friday August 24th. If you have any question, you can email those to driversed@westada.org or call 208-340-0164. (August 23)

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This year a new and exciting choir is beginning! If you are interested in singing Advanced Men's music then this group is for you! This advanced singing group will be singing Barbershop and acapella music. We will be meeting in the choir room for an informational meeting. Tuesday morning at 7:10am. Come and bring your friends. All are welcome, not just boys. If you have questions, ask Cader Dunkley or Ms. Lowe. (August 28)

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Come join Cross Country and get dead sexy legs and abs! Sign up with Coach Herdegen in room 104 or Coach Mabey in room 233. (September 5)

 

 

WEDNEDSAY 8/22

All Student Drivers must have a parking permit to park on the CHS campus.

* You will receive your permits from Mrs. Mortenson, her office is now located on the corner of Liberty/Declaration Ave, across from Rm. 106.

* Parking Permits are to be purchased through the Bookkeeper

* The parking permit application forms can be found on the CHS website under Parent/Student tab

* Bring the receipt and completed form to Mrs. Mortenson in the Security Office and she will issue the permit.

* If you are a travelling student, because you attend another school during the day, please fill out the appropriate forms that you can find in the Main Office, and return them to Mrs. Mortenson.

If you have any questions please see Mrs. Mortenson (August 31)

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For students interested in the first session of drivers education: the Registration deadline is tomorrow, August 23rd. To register, go to the District Web page, under the Parent/Student Tab and follow the directions. Student that are placed will be notified via email on Friday August 24th. If you have any question, you can email those to driversed@westada.org or call 208-340-0164. (August 23)

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This year a new and exciting choir is beginning! If you are interested in singing Advanced Men's music then this group is for you! This advanced singing group will be singing Barbershop and acapella music. We will be meeting in the choir room for an informational meeting. Tuesday morning at 7:10am. Come and bring your friends. All are welcome, not just boys. If you have questions, ask Cader Dunkley or Ms. Lowe. (August 28)

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Come join Cross Country and get dead sexy legs and abs! Sign up with Coach Herdegen in room 104 or Coach Mabey in room 233. (August 24)

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Teachers: If you did not receive an emailed copy of these announcements earlier today, please let Mr. Adona know in room 120.